Our passenger ferry services operate daily between Campbeltown and Ballycastle from 1st May to 28th September 2015.
Journey time is 1 hour 30 minutes and bikes are carried free on all journeys.
7.30am Fridays - Mondays
12 noon Tuesdays - Thursdays
4.30pm Fridays - Mondays
2.00pm Tuesdays - Thursdays
Single £35 • Return £60
For info call 01586 555 895
Situated on the beautiful peninsula of Kintyre, Campbeltown is one of the largest towns in Argyll. It is a great base for exploring scenic southern Kintyre and provides access to superb golf courses, beautiful scenery, many outdoor activities and for those travelling further afield, can be the start of your journey to discover the West Coast of Scotland.
Located on a deep bay sheltered by Davaar Island and the surrounding hills, Campbeltown itself is home to three active distilleries; Glen Scotia, Glengyle and Springbank with guided tours available at Springbank.
Kintyre offers a scenic trail of villages and towns and temperate climate fed by the warmth of the North Atlantic drift to visitors. Stunning scenery, world renowned seafood and local sourced and produced cheeses, beef and lamb make the area a must for food lovers.
For those travelling further afield, Inveraray with its stunning castle and beautiful location offers a prefect place for a short break and Oban, the ferry hub for many of Scotland’s islands including the diverse and beautiful Inner Hebrides, is a bustling town with lots to see and do.
The village of Ballycastle is ideally located for exploring the Antrim Coast, famous for the Giant’s Causeway and Bushmills Distillery as well its diverse and stunning scenery. The coast offers visitors a wealth of things to see and do including playing some of Northern Ireland’s most famous golf courses.
Ancient castles and heritage and culture play just as significant a part in the visitor experience as the breathtaking scenery.
For those looking to visit The Giant’s Causeway it is only 13 miles from Ballycastle and is easily accessible by cyclists and those using public transport. It is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
Bushmills Distillery is only 3 miles from the Giant’s Causeway and dates back to 1608. It has approximately 120,000 visitors each year and offers guided tours and a well stocked gift shop.
Other popular activities with the area are cycling, walking, fishing and golfing so remember you can take your bike or golf clubs on Kintyre Express.