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Mallaig is a fishing port of about 1000 people, situated some 150 miles north of Glasgow, Scotland. Mallaig also has spectacular mountain and coastal scenery, pure white sandy beaches and one of the most spectacular railway journeys in Europe. Mallaig has a wide variety of places to stay, ranging from hostels to upmarket hotels.
Ferries to and from Mallaig
Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) Ferries operates nimble ships to navigate the smaller isles in the Hebrides. On board you will find a coffee cabin and depending on your route you may find an onboard shop.
Mallaig Port Facilities
The ferry terminal in Mallaig is a 5 minute walk from the town centre, where you will find shops, restaurants, banks and car parking. Car parking is limited at the port but does include 2 accessible parking spaces.
The train station is just a 5 minute walk from the ferry terminal and offers connections to Fort William and Glasgow.
From Glasgow, follow the A82 up to Fort William and then take the A830 to Mallaig.
Mallaig is a traditional fishing port so you'll find some fantastic seafood restaurants serving freshly caught fish. The town is strategically placed as a gateway for the small islands in the Scottish Isles, making it a great base to explore the smaller islands in the Hebrides.
Mallaig Pier, Highland, PH41 4QD , United Kingdom