Finding The Sunart Centre - Directions & Map

Situated on the Ardnamurchan peninsula, Strontian is most easily reached by crossing the Corran Ferry to Ardgour. The Ferry runs every half hour until around 9:00pm in the evening. To check the current ferry timetable visit the Corran Ferry website.

From Fort William take the A82 road south to Glasgow. After 10 miles turn off to the Corran Ferry.

From the south, turn off for the Corran Ferry 10 miles before Fort William. Cross the ferry to Ardgour and turn left. Continue on the A861 main road for 14 miles until you get to Strontian.

If the Corran Ferry is not running, take the A830 from Fort William to Mallaig, and after 12 miles at Kinlocheil turn left on the A861 to Treslaig, Ardgour & Strontian. This route is 48 miles from Fort William to Strontian.

In Strontian, Àrainn Shuaineirt - The Sunart Centre - is signposted - turn right just after the village centre, before you cross the bridge. There is ample car parking.

Coming up in the Sunart Centre

Ardnamurchan High SchoolOur partner in the building and in spirit.
Glenuig HallVisiting the area? Check the website of Glenuig Hall to see what else is on during your visit.
High Life HighlandThe Sunart Centre is managed and funded by High Life Highland in partnership with our Management Committee
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