Campbeltown ferry port in Scotland connects you with Ardrossan in Scotland with a choice of up to 3 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Campbeltown to Ardrossan crossing is from 2 hours 40 minutes and the crossing is operated by Caledonian MacBrayne.
Found on the western edge of Scotland, on a stretch of mainland that forms part of the Kintyre Peninsula, is the port town of Campbeltown. This settlement on the coast of the Firth of Clyde is most known as one of the few locations legally allowed to produce Scotch Whisky, a craft that has been a proud part of the town’s history for over a century.
Those sailing into the port of Campbeltown are greeted by the town’s grand backdrop of spring-green meadows that rise on hills towards the Scottish skyline and offer commanding views across the broad sweep of the coast. Outdoor explorers will find plenty to do, whether it be hiking across the rolling terrain or teeing off at the local Macrihanish golf course; a course renowned for possessing some of the best scenic views of any golf course in the world.
The ferry terminal in Campbeltown is found on a small pier mere minutes from the town-centre. It is connected to the rest of the mainland by the A83 road that snakes north up the coast Kintyre Peninsula towards Loch Lomond. Campbeltown airport is only 10 minutes’ drive away too, though flights from here only travel as far as Glasgow across the Firth of Clyde.
Currently one service operates from the port of Campbeltown a few times throughout the week. A Caledonian MacBrayne ferry sails the short distance to Ardrossan on the opposite coast, passing below the rocky Isle of Arran as it travels east.
New Quay, Campbeltown, Argyll, PA28 6ED
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