Gigha Ferry Port
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Gigha is a very small island with beautiful gardens, craft shops and the home of Gigha smoked halibut. There are sandy bays and quiet roads, which are perfect for exploring on foot or by bike. You can hire bikes and kayaks from the island shop, and the island has great spots for golf and fishing.
Getting to/from Gigha
The Gigha ferry departs from Tayinloan on the west coast of the Kintyre peninsula. The journey takes 20 minutes.
There is no terminal at this port, no terminal building - just unmanned slipway. But It does have a waiting room and toilet facilities owned by Argyll & Bute Council.
The Ferry Terminal, Gigha , PA41 7AB, Scotland