Knock Bridge is a 13m single span masonry arch dating from the 18th Century and is a Category B Listed Building.
The group comprises 18 gardens varying in size, style and maturity, dating from the 13th to the 20th century.
Knock Bridge is now reopened to vehicles with a 33t MGW capacity following completion of strengthening works on the bridge.
The remaining stages of the programme of work which shall be carried out whilst the bridge is open are as follows: Prior to this closure, the B8035 from its junction with the A848 in Salen to the entrance of Balmeanach Farm had a weight restriction of 33 Tonnes Maximum Gross Weight (MGW).
Its distinctive landmark hills - the Paps - are visible from vantage points all over Argyll, and from places as far apart as Ben Nevis and the Irish coast. We'll also visit the former stronghold of the Lords of the Isles at Finlaggan and in the evenings you'll be able, if you'd like, to explore the attractive eighteenth- and nineteenth- century planned villages such as Bowmore and Port Charlotte.
Jura gives the opportunity for a big hill climb, but there is a much gentler alternative on the east coast of the island for those who think a big climb may be too much for them, however wide and marvellous the views.