Berneray ferry port in Isle of Berneray connects you with Leverburgh in Island of Harris with a choice of up to 28 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Berneray to Leverburgh crossing is from 1 hour and the crossing is operated by Caledonian MacBrayne.
The Berneray ferry terminal sits on the island’s south coast adjacent to the causeway connected to North Uist.
Although the harbour is small, a large number of crossings are provided each week between Berneray and Leverburgh on the Isle of Harris. The terminal is unattended, so tickets should be purchased on board the ferry.
A free car park including accessible spaces and a bus shelter can be found just ten metres from the terminal, which has toilets and a spacious seated waiting area inside.
As an island inhabited since the Bronze Age, there are plenty of fascinating landmarks and historical sites to visit whilst you wait for your ferry. Or, if you prefer, you can simply relax on one of Berneray’s superb sandy beaches.
Berneray Ferry Terminal, Isle of Berneray, HS6 5BD
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