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Island of Coll to Scotland

Coll to Tiree

Caledonian MacBrayne 5 Sailings Weekly 55 mins

Coll to Oban

Caledonian MacBrayne 7 Sailings Weekly 2 hrs 40 mins

Islay to Scotland

Isle of Arran to Scotland

Isle of Barra to Scotland

Isle of Berneray to Scotland

Isle of Colonsay to Scotland

Isle of Eriskay to Scotland

Isle of Lewis to Scotland

Isle of Lismore to Scotland

Isle of Mull to Scotland

Isle of Skye to Scotland

Isle of Tiree to Scotland

North Uist to Scotland

Northern Ireland to Scotland

Orkney Islands to Scotland

Outer Hebrides to Scotland

Scotland to Scotland

Shetland Islands to Scotland

South Uist to Scotland

Visiting Scotland

Why take a ferry to Scotland

Booking a ferry to or from Scotland couldn't be easier. Scotland is an iconic country, able to deliver both breath taking rural landscapes and cosmopolitan, lively cities.

Due to Scotland's happy marriage of urban and wild landscapes, there are always more hidden gems to discover and more traditional Scottish culture to explore. Whether you're from the UK or beyond, Scotland is easily accessible from many ports including Aberdeen, Long Loch and Cairnryan to name a few, meaning that there are always new places and more of Scotland's rich heritage for you to discover.

Compare Ferries has the most up to date timetables, routes and fares for ferries to and from Scotland with a choice of operators including Caledonian MacBrayne, P&O Ferries, Stena Line and Northlink Ferries. Use our ferry search to compare prices and to book your next ferry crossing.

Highlights of Scotland

Upon arrival in Scotland, you may be split between immersing yourself in the stunning natural scenery Scotland has to offer and the bustling cities which form the heart of Scottish culture, offering countless facilities for entertainment. However, fear not as transport around the country is easily accessible through its extensive rail networks, city undergrounds and easy to navigate motorways.

The historic city of Edinburgh is not only home to the only giant pandas in the UK - making Edinburgh Zoo a must-see on your trip - but it also boasts many impressive historic sites, such as Edinburgh Castle, The Scottish National Gallery and the idyllic Princes Street, an ideal stop for some retail therapy.

Glasgow equally offers immersive and engaging experiences with amenities for all tastes and ages with its Riverside Museum, Interactive Science Centre and Gothic Cathedral. The nightlife in Scotland is equally as exciting, offering both traditional and innovative bars and dining.

The real beauty of Scotland, however, is indisputably in its dazzling lochs, vast woodlands and beautiful golden coastline. The infamous Loch Ness not only gives you a chance to discover its famous monster 'Nessie' but also offers both canoeing and kayaking adventures. It's also home to the Falls of Foyers, a scenic walking route leading to an impressive waterfall.

To really explore Scotland you must immerse yourself in its natural beauty, whether its traditional peaceful villages, the heather clad moorland or the active wildlife located in sublime woodlands.

The Culture, Food and Drinks

Scotland has countless traditional meals that are cooked widely across the country, from its iconic haggis to mince and tatties. A full Scottish breakfast - including Lorne sausages and Scottish scones - is a hearty and time-honoured way to start your day. Scotland does not forget the importance of a good dessert with its beloved shortbread and tablet being a traditional treat.

Scotland proudly contains some of the best whisky distilleries in the world, including Lagavulin and Glenfiddich. Scotland accommodates for all, as beer and wine are equally as popular, along with soft drinks and classic British tea.

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