Oban is a port town in the historic county of Argyll in western Scotland. The town’s population of under 10,000 can triple during the peak months of tourism in summer.
McCaig’s Tower is a prominent structure overlooking Oban from atop the nearby Battery Hill. With a circumference of about 200 metres, the building was made using granite from the nearby Muckairn. With stunning views across the town and the adjacent bay, flower enthusiasts come here to enjoy the internal gardens which feature a collection of local stems.
Oban Distillery is a commercial whisky-making business that since the 18th century has been a registered establishment based in Oban. Offering guiding tours and tasting sessions, the destination is popular with tourists who come to taste one of Scotland’s most famous and valuable exports.
Throughout the area, from Hill Street to Nursery Lane, Floom’s Oban flower delivery covers every part of town.