Lying on the north-west coast of Scotland, Arisaig is a small village surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Some travel options are shown below but please check all details thoroughly yourself.
From Glasgow take the A82 to Fort William and then follow the A830 “Road to the Isles” to Arisaig. The drive from Fort William normally takes approximately 45 minutes, but it is advisable to allow a little extra time during the summer months.
Arisaig, the most westerly station on mainland Britain, lies near the end of the “West Highland Line”, recently made famous by the Hogwarts Express in Harry Potter. Trains run regularly from Glasgow direct to Arisaig and there is a sleeper service from London Euston through to Fort William.
Daily bus services run from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness or Oban to Fort William.
Shiel Buses depart Fort William at 10:10 13:45 and 17:40 Monday to Friday and the drive to Arisaig takes about 1 hour
There are daily services from London to Inverness and the flight takes just over 1½ hours. There are also daily services from London to Glasgow and Edinburgh. You can then hire a car or travel by bus or train to Arisaig. Please remember, though, that this leg of the journey will take a bit longer than the flight!