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Things to do.....

Whether you are interested in hiking, walking, eating & drinking, history or just relaxing and getting away from everything, Jura is the place to be!


Stalkers walks, the Paps of Jura, and Corryvreckan Viewpoint provide various walks and hikes to suit all abilities where you can roam with the local wildlife - including the famous red deer!


The world famous Jura Whisky Distillery host daily tours of the distillery - book in advance!


Great home cooked meals are available in the Antlers Cafe and in the Jura Hotel.


The annual Fell Race and Music Festival also attract a large number of tourists to the island.


Holly House is located in the village of Craighouse - ideally situated for all activities!

How to get to Jura

By Car Ferry

All year round sailings from Kennacraig to Jura's neighbouring Isle of Islay are operated by Caledonian MacBrayne.  There is then a short ferry journey from Port Askaig on Islay to Feolin on Jura.

Car Ferry Website:

Once on Jura, there is a Minibus service that runs from Feolin to Craighouse (except Sundays).


By Passenger Ferry

A passenger ferry from Tayvallich to Craighouse operates from April - September and crossings take less than 1 hour!



By Air

Loganair run a scheduled flight morning and afternoon to Islay from Glasgow International Airport. 

Flight time is only 35 minutes!


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