Photograph of Croig slipway and harbour near low tide.






A small fishing harbor and hamlet on the


A very picturesque sheltered harbor on East coast of the Langamull headland reached from the Dervaig to Calgary road (B8073).


A working fishing port with a stone pier and slipway, on clear days there is a superb view of the Ardnamurchan Lighthouse across the water. The village overlooks Ugag Bay, followed by Laimhrig bheag (Little Harbour) then Laimhrig mhor (Big Harbour).


Parking at the harbor is very limited (two or three cars at most) and the road to the harbor is quite narrow with no passing places. Turning at the end of this road can be difficult and is certainly not recommended for large vehicles and Campers. There is parking is available uphill from the harbor.


Please note that there are no Public Conveniences or refreshments available at Croig.


There are very good walks along the coast from Croig bot to the north-west and around the Eilean Nan Each peninsular which can be reached from the road at the south end of the loch.


Croig is a lovely place with Herons and occasionally Otters to be seen inshore.

Photograph of Croig harbour slipway lookingnout towards Coll and Muck.
Photograph of Croig harbour slipway and boathouse.
Photograph of Motor vessel Branch, Croig harbour.
Photograph of sacks of winkles being cooled in the crystal clear tidal water of Croig Harbour.
Photograph of Laimhrig Bheag viewed from Croig Harbour at low tide.
Photograph of boat tender, Croig Harbour.
Photograph of Motor vessel Branch, Croig harbour.
Photograph of Lobster Pot marker floats, Croig.
Photograph of fishing gear, Croig Harbour.

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