Iona Ferries


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Iona is a small island, 1.5 miles wide and 3 miles long, offer the southwest coast of Mull in the Inner Hebrides. Iona is known for natural beauty and tranquillity. Below, you can see ferry timetables for all routes to and from Iona and a selection of the best prices our customers have found recently.

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Ferries to and from Iona

Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) Ferries operates small, environmentally friendly hybrid vessels for sailings from Iona. Facilities on board are limited as the journey time is short.

Iona port facilities

At the top of the slipway, there is a convenience shop and public toilet facilities are available. The main village is a short walk from the pier head where you will find several shops.

Getting to Iona Port

As a small island, Iona is easy to navigate and taxi services are available to and from the port.

About Iona

Iona is known as the cradle of Scottish Christianity, and religion is a big part of the culture on the island. The Iona Abbey is the hub of the island and is said to be the resting place of many medieval kings, including MacBeth - the king of Scotland and the inspiration for the famous Shakespearean play.

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Iona Map

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Port Addresses

Caledonian MacBrayne

Isle of Iona, PA76 6SJ, Scotland


  • 20 Jun 2017
    Trip to Iona
    • It was a very rough day but the staff on the ferry were excellent and took there time to make sure everyone was safe and sitting. I wish I could say the same about the young lady in the ticket office. We were encouraged to get advance on line tickets but when we arrived to show them to the lady in the ticket office at the harbour she had no clue and did not know what to do to convert the printout to tickets or indeed to let us on. In the end I gave up with her and wandered down to the ferry and explained it to the guys on the ferry they had a look at the printout and as it showed the date and times plus that it showed we had paid he said fine ignore her in the office and let us on. We had an enjoyable walk on Iona and please give my thanks to the ferry staff for keeping us safe on a very rough and windy day. I dont think there was any onboard catering as its only a 10 minute ferry crossing

      Review by ARTHUR HARDING

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