Campbeltown is served by the citylink bus from Glasgow to Campbeltown up to 6 times per day. Note that this bus calls at every settlement along the way which results in a long journey time. The bus also calls at various places allowing passengers to transfer onto ferries run by Caledonian MacBrayne (see below). Buses can get very busy during peak season - you may see two buses running in convoy!
Twice daily service (not weekends) run by British Airways (operated under the name Loganair). Flight time is approximately 30 mins, though with the right weather behind the plane can be done in about 10!
Caledonian MacBrayne,  runs the following car ferries which allow access to the various islands around the Kintyre peninsula.
Tarbert to Portavadie every hour or so (daytime) daily. Together with the Gourock to Dunoon service, this provides a shorter route from Glasgow, or makes part of various circular routes.
Claonaig to Lochranza every 1 1/4 hours daily in summer only. Claonaig is 4.5 miles south of Kennacraig
The first 2 ports are served by the Citylink bus service to Campbeltown (see above). Claonaig is served by a 3 times per day Mon-Sat by West Coast Motors service 448 from Tarbert.
A variety of local bus services operate in and around Campbeltown, all operated by West Coast Motors . There is a town service (number 100 or 440) that runs every half hour Monday-Saturday daytime.
See whisky being made at the Springbank Distillery at 85 Longrow, Campbeltown, PA28 6EX . Book on +44 1586 551710.
Mull of Kintyre Seatours, ☎ 07785 542811, . Fast boat trips around Kintyre and to Arran, the Firth of Clyde, Islay and Northern Ireland. Also run regular wildlife-watching trips to Sanda Island, Ailsa Craig and the Mull of Kintyre.
Paddle Steamer Waverley , tel: 0845 130 4647 sails from Campbeltown on April 23, May 30 & July 17 2011 to cruise the Mull of Kintyre (April 23 & July 17) or to visit Redbay in Ireland (May 30). Fares start from £17
Drink the locally distilled whisky from Springbank, Glengyle, or Glen Scotia. Then sing the song "Campbeltown Loch, I wish you were whisky".