Kintyre Express operates a small, high-speed passenger ferry from Campbeltown to Ballycastle in Northern Ireland (£50/90 one way/return, 1½ hours, daily May to August, Friday to Sunday April and September). You must…
Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) covers the Trossachs area. It sounds complex, but basically it means for the price of a bus you get a taxi to where you want to go. There are various zones. Taxis should preferably …
Links Oban with the islands of Kerrera, Mull, Coll, Tiree, Lismore, Colonsay, Barra and Lochboisdale. Information and reservations for all CalMac ferry services are available at the ferry terminal on Oban’s West Pie…
Depending on tides, this passenger boat makes three daily trips from Lamlash (15 minutes) between April and October. The same folk also run mackerel-fishing expeditions (£15 for an hour, from June to August).
Serving the Ulva ferry area of Mull, these buses have scheduled Friday-to-Sunday services linking with Tobermory-bound buses; as well as on-demand offerings. All should be prebooked the day before.
On the waterfront in Brodick. Hires out trail bikes and hybrids and can offer mountain-biking-route advice. Though they close in low season, you can still get a bike by phoning them.
A not-for-profit offering all-terrain chairs, a variety of guided or self-guided suggested routes and general help with access in the Trossachs region.
Operating year-round, Tiree Fitness has the island's best hire bikes and will deliver them to the ferry (£5 extra). It also offers electric bikes.
From April to September, this ferry runs from Tayvallich on the mainland to Craighouse on Jura. Booking is recommended (you can do this online).
Adult and child road and mountain bikes are available for hire. Book in advance and he'll deliver them to anywhere on Colonsay.