Knoydart is a peninsula in Scotland.
The Knoydart Peninsula in Northwest Scotland comprises the Northern part of what is known as the Rough Bounds.
The principal village of the Knoydart Peninsula is Inverie. Other settlements on the peninsula include Sandaig and Airor.
There is no road to the Knoydart Peninsula. Access to Inverie is by the Bruce Watt Ferry across Loch Nevis from Mallaig at the end of the West Highland Railway Line. Alternative services are provided by private boat operators including Knoydart Sea Bridge, Sea Knoydart, and MV Knoydart. It is also possible to walk into Knoydart, a trek of 16 - 24 miles depending on the route taken.
The Knoydart Peninsula offers ample walking, hiking and mountain-rambling opportunities.