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Glencallum Bay
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Glencallum Bay

Kilchattan Bay PA20 9NG



INFORMATION
Perfect solitude and stunning views

Glencallum Bay offers perfect solitude and stunning views down across Arran, to Little Cumbrae and to the mainland at Ardrossan.

Access to Glencallum Bay is a difficult terrain 1.5 mile walk from the bus turning point at Kilchattan Bay where there is some limited parking available. This walk includes scrambling over eroding cliffs, in part. Alternatively it is possible to reach the bay from St Blanes Chapel but this is also quite a difficult walk with lots of inclines however is less risky.

The nearby Rubh an Eun Lighthouse is well worth a detour.

Dogs Welcome

Facilities at Glencallum Bay

There are no toilets or indeed any kind of facilities at Glencallum Bay

LOCATION
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Parking at Glencallum Bay

Parking is at Kilchattan Bay - either in the bus turning area or along the seafront. This is approx. 1.5 miles of difficult terrain to walk, approaching the bay from north to south. Alternatively park at St Blanes Chapel car park and approach the bay from west to east. A slightly less challenging walk but more climbing involved.

55.73103, -5.00886

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Nearest Postcode PA20 9NG

Buses to Glencallum Bay

Bus service 4(90) terminates at Kilchattan Bay and runs throughout the day and evening

DISCLAIMER

The information presented here is collected from the public domain and/or feedback from previous customers, users of or visitors to Glencallum Bay. It is presented in good faith but is not warranted to be complete or free from errors. E&OE.

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