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Campbeltown is a small whisky producing region in the South of the Kintyre peninsular. Ferries from Campbeltown sail to Ardrossan in mainland Scotland and Brodick on the Isle of Arran. Below, you can see ferry timetables for all routes to and from Campbeltown and a selection of the best prices our customers have found recently.
Campbeltown Ferry Port Facilities
A small car park at the port can accommodate up to 6 cars. There is a small terminal building, providing tea and coffee, vending and cash machines and toilet facilities. The town centre is just 300 metres away with all amenities you need.
Getting to Campbeltown
The A83 runs down the Kintyre peninsular and leads to Campbeltown town centre. Once in Campbeltown, the port is clearly signposted.
The nearest bus stop is 300 metres away in the town centre, and is served on the daily Campbeltown/Glasgow service.
Campbeltown lies in the South of the Kintyre peninsular, and is one of five areas in Scotland categorised as a distinct malt whisky producing region. The region has a rich history which is proudly displayed in the museum and heritage centre.
Campbeltown Ferry Terminal, Argyll , PA28, Scotland