Tarbert Loch Fyne Ferries
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Tarbert is an idyllic village and for many, the gateway to the Kintyre peninsular. Tarbert is accessed from Portavadie on the other side of Loch Fyne, and Lochranza on the Isle of Bute. Below, you can see ferry timetables for all routes to and from Tarbert Loch Fyne and a selection of the best prices our customers have found recently.
Please note: If you are looking for the port of Tarbert on the Isle of Harris, please visit our Tarbert (Harris) page.
Ferries to and from Tarbert Loch Fyne
Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) Ferries operates small, environmentally friendly hybrid vessels for sailings from Tarbert Loch Fyne. Facilities on board are limited as the journey time is short.
Tarbert Loch Fyne port facilities
Tarbert Loch Fyne port is a slipway and facilities are limited to a car park able to accommodate 12 cars, where parking is free. The centre of the village is approximately half a mile away, where you will find a newsagent and a cash machine.
Getting to Tarbert Loch Fyne Port
The A83 runs from Tarbet in Loch Lomond all the way down to Campbeltown in the south of the Kintyre peninsular. Tarbert Loch Fyne is located on the A83 approximately 60 miles from Tarbet and 40 miles from Campbeltown.
Tarbert Loch Fyne is easily accessed from Portavadie and Lochranza (Bute) with services provided by CalMac Ferries. The Portavadie to Tarbert Loch Fyne ferry route and the Lochranza to Tarbert Loch Fyne service are both available to book with AFerry.
About Tarbert Loch Fyne
Tarbert is a small village at the head of East Loch Tarbert, an arm of the sea on the west shore of the mouth of Loch Fyne, Argyllshire, Scotland. The main feature of Tarbert is the harbour. This has a narrow entrance and is a safe and sheltered anchorage. The coast of the bay is rocky and the cliffs are fringed with young firs, Tarbert itself being a beautiful place. The parish church is located right in the centre. Overlooking the harbour are the ruins of a castle built by Robert Bruce in 1326.
Book your ferry to Tarbert Loch Fyne from Portavadie or Lochranza simply and securely with AFerry.
Tarbert Loch Fyne Map
The Ferry Slipway, Pier Road, Tarbert, Argyll, PA29 6UF, Scotland