Craignure ferry port in Isle of Mull connects you with Oban in Scotland with a choice of up to 10 ferry crossings per day. The duration of the Craignure to Oban crossing is from 50 minutes and the crossing is operated by Caledonian MacBrayne.
The port of Craignure is the terminus of the crossing between Oban on the Scottish mainland and the Isle of Mull.
Situated on the east coast, the port sits just off the A849 in between Scallastle Farm to the north and Lochdon to the south.
Pay and display parking is available outside the terminal, whereas free parking can be found just a couple of hundred metres down the road. There is also a bus shelter and taxi rank opposite the building.
The village has a population of roughly two hundred and boasts two magnificent castles, called Torosay and Duart, which are well worth seeing. The former was completed in the 19th Century whereas the latter dates back to the 1200s.
Craignure, Isle of Mull, PA65 6AY
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