The Kintyre 66 can be accessed via road, air or the water, which is a pretty special way to arrive.
The main way to travel to and from Kintyre is by car or by bus via the A82 and then the A83 – with a short ferry trip to Gigha from Tayinloan on the Kintyre peninsula. From the north of Scotland, come via Oban on the A816 to pick up the A83.
Or if you are travelling from Southern Scotland, why not sail from Ayrshire to Campbeltown using the CalMac ferry link*? This connects with the Glasgow train service. Or cross by ferry via Arran or Cowal to Kintyre – allowing you to explore much more of the west coast. Don’t forget you can bring your bike on the ferry and you can link as part of the National Cycle Route 78.
Regular flights take off from Glasgow to Campbeltown with Loganair, throughout the year.
*Please check all ferry routes are running as they can change per season.