Failte gu Port a Bhaigh Campsite


Port a Bhaigh campsite is family run in the township of Altandhu on the Coigach peninsula approx 5 miles from the Township of Achiltibuie.


If booking between November and March, please email us in advance at


Port a Bhaigh means Port of the bay as there is a small port at the bottom of the campsite which is ideal for launching small boats and kayaks.


View of the Summer IslesPort a Bhaigh campsite has been built on the family croft which was the owner's mother's croft "Mrs Shona Wilson" and before was Shona's father's "Mr Alisdair Maclean". The croft was used for stock purposes and growing their own vegetables. But now after deciding to diversify and a lot of hard work it is a campsite that can accommodate 42 caravan/motorhomes on level hard stands with 26 of them having electrical hook ups and ample space for 50 tents.


The toilet, shower and laundry block has a very open and airy feel and is available for the site occupants to use 24 hrs, as is the chemical toilet disposal unit. The site also has wifi and access to a payphone which again is available to use 24 hrs. The Am Fuaran Bar is set opposite the site and is owned and run by the owners of the site, please visit for more details.


The campsite is set in an idyllic location with the minch and Summer Isles on your door step and we look out onto one of the larger Summer Isles "Isle Ristol".




A Bhuth Bheag (the small shop)


Our campsite shop is a licensed grocers and we are open to both campsite customers and the general public.
Opening hours are Monday to Saturday 9am - 7pm and Sunday 10am - 5pm


Fuaran Bar Fishery

Daily boat fishing for salmon and sea trout on Loch Oscaig.


Cost: £60 per day, including boat with engine and petrol provided. Max 3 people in boat. Note: bank fishing is not permitted.


Visitors staying at the campsite enjoy 20% discount on cost of permit for a day's fishing:


Contact us for full details ...