Campbeltown, Argyll & the Isles, West Scotland

Campbeltown is an excellent stopping off point for those heading round the Mull, crossing to Ireland or cruising the Clyde. It offers a wide range of facilities for visiting yachts, the visitor’s pontoon is situated adjacent to the town centre with easy access to shops, supermarkets, hotels, bars, cafés, restaurants and tourist information.

The town also has a cinema, museum, heritage centre and recently opened sports facility with swimming pool, sauna, gym, showers, etc.
Other local attractions include distillery tours, the whiskey shop, golf courses at Machrihanish and Dunaverty, and several sandy beaches.

Contact organisation: Campbeltown Loch Berthing Co. Ltd.
Phone: 00 44 7798 524821


Facilities include: Harbour Master, Marina Facility, Anchorage, Mooring Fee Payable, Fresh Water, Shore power, Marine Diesel, Petrol by Can, Gas, Chandler, Repair Services, Provisions Store, Rubbish Disposal, Laundrette, Toilets, Showers, Tourist Information Centre, Bar, Restaurant, Post Office, Slipway.


Campbeltown's setting is one of its best features - on a deep bay sheltered by Davaar Island and the surrounding hills. Campbeltown is an inviting town with good facilities including museum, cinema, swimming pool and distillery tours. At the mouth of Campbeltown Loch is Davaar Island, reached by foot at low tide, with its cave paintings depicting the crucifixion. Far from ancient, they were painted in 1887 by Archibald MacKinnon, inspired by a dream