Visit a number of medieval monuments in the village churchyard, and buildings that date from the 18th and 19th century.

Set on the sandy, pebbly western shore of Loch Lomond is the quaint village of Luss, a popular stopping off point for visitors to the Trossachs National Park area. A number of medieval monuments survive in the village churchyard, though most of the buildings here date from the 18th and 19th century. Today Luss is a conservation village, with its picturesque little sandstone and slate cottages that feel like a step back in time.

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