For information on visiting the Isle of Gigha, including how to get here,
where to stay and eat and how to get about, please see visitgigha.co.uk
We’d like to encourage our visitors, where possible, to join us on foot or by bike,
to ensure rubbish is binned and recycled and to respect our beautiful environment.
everything is within walking distance of the ferry – leave the car behind and avoid queues for the ferry, an extra ticket cost and the hassle of finding a parking space on gigha (Parking will be very limited!)
Camping is available at our brand new campsite and should be booked in advance on www.visitgigha.co.uk/campsite.
The Boathouse Campsite is now closed and there is not an overflow camping area this year.
If you choose to wild camp on the island, please do so responsibly and respectfully,
and follow the Scottish outdoor Access code.