Raasay Ferry Port
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Raasay is one of the Inner Hebridean Islands. To the East is the Scottish mainland and to the West is The Isle of Skye. If you're in Raasay then keep an eye out for the wildlife: mountain hares, sea eagles and otters.
Getting to/from Raasay
Travelling by ferry
The Caledonian MacBrayne ferry to Raasay leaves from Sconser on the Isle of Skye. The ferry runs a few times a day during the week and twice on Sundays.
Travelling by bus
You can get a bus to Sconser from Fort William, which takes 2 hours 45 minutes. The views on the drive north are some of the most beautiful in Scotland
Travelling by car
You have two options. Drive to Mallaig and go over the sea to Skye, or drive further north to Kyle of Lochalsh and cross to Skye via the bridge. The ferry from Mallaig to Skye takes 30 minutes and docks at Armadale, from where you can drive north to Sconser, which takes around 45 minutes.
Isle of Raasay, IV48 8TD, Scotland