Designed for the discerning tourist and island devotee, the "Pevensey Island Guide to Bute" describes everything the visitor needs to know about the island's heritage, landscape, climate, flora and fauna. Bute is an island in the Firth of Clyde, nestling against the ancient Gaelic heartland of Argyll, from which it is separated by the famously scenic Kyles of Bute. It is a beautiful island, with elements of the splendour of the Highlands and the more pastoral landscape of the Lowlands. The views south - to the mountains of Arran - are spectacular, while the flooded river valleys of the more sheltered Kyles have scenery best appreciated from the decks of a Clyde steamer. With pristine sandy beaches, an interesting and diverse landscape, and prehistoric sites, Bute is fascinating to explore. The text also gives useful information on services, facilities and places to visit.