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There are currently 2 ferry routes connecting Larne and Scotland, with services from Larne to Cairnryan and Troon. On average, there are a combined number of 7 crossings each day between Larne and Scotland, which are operated by P&O Ferries. Crossings from Larne to Scotland take approximately 2 hours.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Larne and Scotland. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Larne is the ideal base from which to explore the beautiful countryside of County Antrim and the famous Causeway Coastal Route. The famous Antrim Coast Road with its 36 miles of spectacular limestone coastline actually starts from Larne. Ferries from Larne to go Cairnryan and Troon in Scotland and can be booked through AFerry
Larne is both the most modern and the most ancient of places. The name of the town is believed to have derived from a prince called Lathar, son of an ancient Irish king, who was granted the lands by his father. The area came to be called Lathar-na, meaning the lands of Lathar, and this has been anglicized to Larne.
Larne is a busy town that offers a wide range of shops and several excellent parks and recreation facilities. In Larne you can enjoy numerous outdoor activities, including golf, cycling and bird watching. Carnfunnock Country Park has combined attractions and entertainment with the splendor of its natural scenery.
The cultural centre in Larne's Borough is the Carnegie Library which consists of the Larne Museum, John Clifford Gallery, Larne Art Club, Larne Drama Circle and Larne & District Historical Society. In Larne Borough there are many towns and villages worth visiting such as Ballycarry, Cairncastle and Glynn.
Scotland has a rich and vibrant culture and history which delights and interests the many visitors that travel to the area each year.
Scotland's main cities are always worth visiting. Edinburgh is the capital and the seat of the Scottish Parliament. It is also a historic city, complete with castle, ancient University and the Royal Mile.
Visit Edinburgh for cultural and historical education; visit the medieval Old Town or admire the Georgian architecture of the more modern areas of the city.
If you time your visit right you may be able to catch the world-famous Edinburgh festival, an arts and culture festival that is popular with people the world over.
Edinburgh is the city where J.K Rowling wrote most of the Harry Potter books, which were subsequently made into world-famous blockbuster films.