Kilcreggan lies at the tip of the peninsula
separating Gareloch and Loch Long.
The magnificent vista of the River Clyde
delights both local and tourist alike. Across the
river lies Greenock, to the east the river leads
to Glasgow while south west, the Cloch Lighthouse
is clearly visible with Dunoon on the opposite
Take the ferry back to
continue on to Largs or remain on the
north of the river and travel
along the Gareloch to join our tour of
the sea lochs to Inveraray
ferry connects the immaculately kept pier
with Helensburgh and Greenock.
In the summer months the Clyde
Paddle Steamer, Waverley, makes regular
ports of call.
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