Eriskay ferry port in Isle of Eriskay connects you with Ardmhor in Isle of Barra with a choice of up to 35 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Eriskay to Ardmhor crossing is from 40 minutes and the crossing is operated by Caledonian MacBrayne.
The port of Eriskay sits on the west coast and is the gateway to the Isle of Barra to the southwest.
Although the port is just small slipway, the terminal building has a seated waiting room, toilet facilities and a public telephone.
Getting to the terminal is simple, with a bus stop located at the top of the slipway and a country lane heading south from the villages of Eriskay, Balla and Haunn.
Eriskay’s beautiful rolling hills are home to around 400 indigenous namesake ponies, so be sure to spend some time exploring the countryside and to keep an eye out for this rare Hebridean breed.
Ferry Terminal, Eriskay, HS8 5JN
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