Ferry passengers must wear face coverings.

Unless exempt, face coverings are MANDATORY on Scotland's public transport.

Ferry services have being affected by COVID related crewing issues & deep cleaning delays.
This has affected island communities with cancelled sailings.
More: Scot.gov: Face coverings & masks | Calmac

A face shield is NOT an acceptable face covering - more info @ Scot.gov: What a face covering is

Empty beaches and wide open spaces

Wide, open & empty spaces

Introduction :-

A variety of quality accommodation

Comfortable nights

Hotel, Guest House, B&B, Self-catering or camping

Locally fresh ingredients

Eat local

Fresh, locally sourced cuisine

Nature in abundance

Nature in abundance

Spectacular displays of the Hebridean wild

A warm welcome to all

A warm welcome


visitcoll, a guide to the Isle of Coll

Isle of Coll, Eilean Cholla

Visitor guide & tourist information.

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Visit coll is an independent, junk-free website run to provide information for visitors and the island's community.
The site is run on a voluntary basis and should you wish to help towards it's continued development, any donation would be welcome.

Visit coll is an independent, junk-free website run to provide information for visitors and the island's community.
It's run on a voluntary basis but should you wish to help towards continued development, a donation would be much appreciated.