Cumbrae Slip Ferry Port
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Cumbrae is just a short journey from the mainland, and there's so much to see and do once you're there. You can hire bikes at Millport, and cycle the ten-mile route round the island - taking in the beaches and coastal views. You'll be quieter on a bike, so you'll see more of the wildlife, which includes owls, polecats, kestrels, and the occasional sea eagle.
Cumbrae is great for kids, too - you can't miss the painted Crocodile Rock in the bay at Millport, and if you wait for low tide you can take them to sit on it, if they dare. There's a water sports centre, and you can also hire kayaks in Millport, if you fancy exploring some of the smaller islands in the bay. Keep an eye out for the island's festivals and events, which range from country and western music to a scooter rally.
Getting to/from Cumbrae
Take the ferry to Cumbrae from Largs. The journey takes 10 minutes. No advance booking is necessary on this route. Simply turn up at Largs ticket office, buy a ticket, and go on the next available sailing.
No car or bike? The bus meets every ferry, and takes you from Cumbrae's ferry slip to Millport.
Cumbrae Slip Map
Cumbrae Slipway, Isle of Cumbrae, KA28 0HQ, Scotland