Largs Ferry Port
Largs is a popular seaside resort on the west coast of Scotland, offering regular ferries to Cumbrae.
Catch a crossing to Largs ferry terminal on these routes:
- Cumbrae to Largs (Caledonian MacBrayne)
Largs Ferry Terminal Map and Directions
Address: Caledonian MacBrayne, The Ferry Terminal, Largs, KA30 8BG, Scotland.
Largs is a seaside resort in North Ayrshire, Scotland and is well known for its annual Viking Festival, celebrating the great battle of 1263. A range of battle re-enactments and historic displays mark the end of the Vikings reign in western Scotland. Largs town is a short walk from the ferry terminal and has a range of shops, banks, cafes and pubs.
Getting to Largs Ferry Port
From Glasgow, take M8 until Junction 28A and exit onto the A737 towards Irvine. At the Roadhead Roundabout in Lochwinnoch, take the third exit onto the A760. Stay with the A760 as it will lead you into the centre of Largs. Car parking is not available at the port but is available in the town centre (chargeable).
From Glasgow, take the X36 towards Ardrossan. Then at Bellstree Road, change to the 904 towards Largs. The bus station is in the centre of Largs, opposite the train station.
Largs train station is just 250m from the port and offers direct connections to and from Glasgow.
Largs Ferry Port Facilities
There is a Costa coffee just across from the ferry terminal, and several pubs/restaurants within easy walking distance, and a Fish and Chip shop slightly further into town.
There are disabled toilets and wheelchairs are available to borrow free of charge (from the ship only). These are only available for use between the Terminal Building and the Ferry.
Terminal Opening Hours
There is no car parking available at the port, but there is ample parking in the Seafront carpark in Largs, located next to the Escape Amusement Complex. Car parking is also available at the privately operated Parking Ecosse car park behind M&Co. in Main Street. Charges apply.
Port information is provided by Eurodrive for guidance only.