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Kintyre is served by daily flights and ferry links - with an additional Summer-only rail and sail service between Glasgow and Campbeltown via Ardrossan on the North Ayrshire coast. Kintyre is also the gateway to the islands of Islay, Jura and the beautiful island of Gigha. Latest travel information for Kintyre is shown below.
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The cradle of our great nation, one of Scotland's best kept secrets. From Robert the Bruce to the finest malt whiskies and over 130 miles of stunning, unspoilt coastline. World-famous golf, great trail walking, incredible seafood and a traditional Scottish welcome all await you.
Tucked away on the Atlantic coast of Scotland, Kintyre has all of the benefits of an island paradise with none of the downsides. And as you travel spectacular Scottish countryside to reach us, you'll realise that your journey here is just part of the attraction.
Leave conventional High Streets behind. You are entering a world of caring and ethical family-run shops, restaurants and businesses.
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