Gigha is the most southerly of the Hebrides Islands, and has many beautiful sandy beaches and clear seas. Below, you can see ferry timetables for all routes to and from Gigha and a selection of the best prices our customers have found recently.
Ferries to and from Gigha
Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) Ferries operates small, environmentally friendly hybrid vessels for sailings from Gigha. Facilities on board are limited as the journey time is short.
Gigha port facilities
There is a waiting room and toilet facilities provided by the Argyll & Bute Council. Approximately half a mile north of the port, there is a newsagent with a post office and a cash machine. A seafood restaurant is located very close to the port.
Getting to Gigha Port
There is one main road running from the north of Gigha to the south. The island is very easy to navigate and the port is well signposted.
Because Gigha is low lying and influenced by the North Atlantic Drift the climate is warmer and drier than you would expect from west coast of Scotland. The island boasts beautiful bays, spectacular views and breathtaking sunsets and an abundance of wildlife.
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The Ferry Terminal, Gigha , PA41 7AB, Scotland