Port Mor

Hebrides, Isle Of Islay

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The campsite at Port Mor is available from the beginning of February till the end of November* and welcomes tents, caravans and camper vans. We also allow awnings but the space provided for them is limited. The Centre itself has a wide range of facilities for campers such as toilets (including disabled toilets/showers), showers, laundry, a cafЋ and free internet access. Ten electrical hook-ups are available at Ј3 per night. There are two fresh water stand pipes situated next to our hard standing pitches. The charge for using the campsite is Ј8.00 per person per night or Ј4.00 for children up to 12 years old. Children up to 5yrs old are free. Payment is by cheque or cash only. The campsite is also dog friendly at no extra charge.

Open from 1st Feb to 30th Nov
Port Charlotte, Isle Of Islay, Hebrides, PA48 7UE, Scotland


Quiet and peaceful
Family friendly

Facilities and things nearby

Bikes for hire
Charging (e.g. mobile)
Chemical disposal
Disabled facilities
Electricity hook up
Evening entertainment
Games room
Ice pack freezing
Internet access
Take away
TV room
Washing up facilities
Bikes for hire
Horse riding
Food shop
Public transport

Good to know

Dogs allowed
Motorcycles allowed
Public transport pickup
Recycling available


GPS: 55.7337°N, 6.386°W

Caledonian MacBrayne operate a ferry service between Kennacraig and Port Ellen or Port Askaig on the island. The timetables for this and all other services are available online. It is strongly recommended that you book the ferry well in advance. Flybe operates flights from Glasgow airport to Glenegedale, Islay's airport, just over five miles from Bowmore. Flight time is around 35 minutes. Timetables for these and other flights are available online. There is a Post Bus service to Bowmore from the airport which will meet the plane on arrival, so long as it is on time! Scottish Citylink operate a bus service from Buchanan Street in Glasgow to Kennacraig, leaving Glasgow at around 9.00am and arriving at around 12.30pm, just in time for the ferry crossing at 1.00pm or alternatively the 2.00pm bus which arrives at Kennacraig in time for the 6.00pm sailing. There's a bus service on Islay operated by Islay Coaches and Royal Mail, which connects all the major towns. The bus timetables can be viewed on the Argyll and Bute Council website. A car hire service is available at the airport, operated by D & N McKenzie. If you would like to book a car, you should book ahead to ensure availability on your arrival. Contact John MacKenzie, Glenegedale, Isle of Islay on +44 (0)1496 302300 You could take your own car and drive yourself around. To plan your route to get the ferry at Kennacraig, try using the AA route planner. In Islay, the roads are all single carriageway, with some single track roads with passing places. However, the good news is that there are no traffic lights anywhere on the island! Andrew McEachern operates Bruichladdich Taxis and can be contacted on +44 (0)1496 850 271 or on +44 (0)7899 942673 Cycling is a great option, and given that Islay is comparatively flat, it does not require a great degree of athleticism! Also, there's generally very little traffic on the roads.

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  • Campbeltown Airport - 53 km
  • Coll Airport - 97 km
  • Larne - 105 km
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  • Troon - 108 km


Pitch (suitable for Camper van, Caravan, Large tent, Small tent or Trailer tent)

The campsite at Port Mòr has 50 spots for tents and 14 available for electric hook up.

Maximum persons: 10

Dimensions: 4 x 6 meters

Ground type: Grass, Hardstanding

from £16.00 per night
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Payment terms

100% of the remaining balance on arrival

Cancellation policy

Cancel 30 days or more before arrival 100% refunded, Cancel less than 30 days before arrival 0% refunded


Children under the age of 5 are free of charge.

Cards accepted at this property

Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this site.