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Beautiful island.

From largs little cumbrae is accessed by ferry, that takes about ten minutes,on arrival the local... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2017
Michael O
via mobile
Walk over Cumbrae looking towards Little!

Super walk from the ferry and over the top to Millport. Departed on the 12.15 ferry and returned on... read more

Reviewed 27 January 2017
Freddie M
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Largs, United Kingdom
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15 Aug 2017
“Beautiful island.”
26 Jan 2017
“Walk over Cumbrae looking towards Little!”
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Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

From largs little cumbrae is accessed by ferry, that takes about ten minutes,on arrival the local bus takes you to the beautiful town of millport, lovely island, with stunning views, well worth a visit whilst in the area.

1  Thank Michael O
Reviewed 27 January 2017 via mobile

Super walk from the ferry and over the top to Millport. Departed on the 12.15 ferry and returned on the 14.00 - good exercise and use of time. Archie was off the lead and not even tempted as we walked past the sheep - a...More

1  Thank Freddie M
Reviewed 6 March 2016

lovely place to visit as part of your holiday along the west coast of scotland, easy access from largs via the ferry.Really only one place on the island, Millport. Back in Largs, theres loads of shops to go round, once a year they have a...More

Thank Hugh S
Reviewed 11 January 2016

From largs its only about a 10 min crossing to Millport at the other side you can catch the bus to the only town on the island where you can find some shops and eateries, there's a beach playground aswell or hire bikes and ride...More

Thank emccook
Reviewed 26 August 2015

Took a friend on a tour out around the Ayrshire coastline. Ended up taking the ferry across to the island of Cumbrae. A place none of us had been before. What a gem of a place. A step back in time. On a nice sunny...More

2  Thank merseybankman
Reviewed 25 July 2015

My visit to The Island of Cumbrae was not planned and when I woke that day, completing a 10 mile plus bike ride was certainly not on my agenda. But arriving in Millport on the bus after a short Ferry crossing from Largs, my kids...More

1  Thank Binman62
Reviewed 17 March 2015

lovely area .. country and western festival every year,, people from all over the world .. scenic place like going back in time .. excellent base for doing the island hopscotch . stunning views from the top of the island as well .

1  Thank geordiewalker
Reviewed 16 September 2014 via mobile

After a lovely 8min ferry crossing, at £4.20 per adult return, the lovely isle of Little Cumbrae sparkled under a late summer sun. A local public bus with helpful driver was waiting for the hopeful passengers.( £3.00 return but free to concessions). After a 15...More

5  Thank Mike71Glasgow
Reviewed 6 August 2014

While staying in largs take time to explore this gem of an island. Take the ferry from largs ,its only ten mins crossing and the ferries run every quarter of an hour. You can go on foot and be picked up by a waiting bus,...More

3  Thank Alanhundrup
Reviewed 9 August 2013

Great Cumbrae is ten minutes by ferry from Largs on the west coast of Scotland. Think of it as west of Glasgow. It's a lovely island, with plenty for kids to do and places for you to sit and relax while watching them. Relaxation is...More

8  Thank AJR600
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