How do I get to Luing? Luing is accessed by the small Car Ferry at North Cuan on the island of Seil. Seil is connected to the mainland by the famous 'Bridge over the Atlantic'. Luing is one of the 'Slate islands' along with Seil, Easdale and Belnahua. To travel throughout Scotland and the UK, you can book your tickets through The Trainline.
How do I get around Luing? There is a Postbus that calls at Cullipool, Blackmill Bay, Toberonochy and Cuan Ferry. Also, you can hire a Bicycle from Luing Bike Hire.
What's worth visiting on Luing? Kilchattan Chapel is now in ruins but affords wonderful views of the island of Scarba. Cullipool, the main settlement on Luing, is a pretty village of white-washed stone built cottages, as is the village of Toberonochy in the south of the island.
Where can I stay on Luing? Self Catering is available at No 8, Cullipool, as well as The Bothy in Bardrishaig. Bed and Breakfast is available at The Gorsten, on the west shore of the isle of Luing. Alternatively, you could stay at Sunnybrae Caravan Park, which is located close to the ferry.
Are there any books/DVD's about Luing? The Islands That Roofed the World: Easdale, Seil, Luing and Belnahua by Mary Withall
Any other information on Luing? Luing is part of the Firth of Lorn Marine Special Area of Conservation. This area has some of the strongest tidal streams in the UK.
Other islands in Inner Hebrides: Arran, Bute, Coll, Colonsay, Cumbrae, Easdale, Gigha, Holy Isle, Iona, Islay, Jura, Lismore, Mull, Seil, Tiree, Ulva