Tours of discovery
West Coast Tours operates coach and bus tours on the West Coast of Scotland.
We specialise in short tours ranging from just an hour long through to a full day, all of which are created to allow our customers to experience and discover as much as possible during their visit - whether within a city or town or an island or islands.
From the spectacular one day Three Isles Tour which takes visitors from Oban to Mull, Iona and Staffa to our open-top sightseeing bus tours of Glasgow, Bute and Oban, West Coast Tours can help you to make the most of your visit.
Our day tours from Oban to Mull, Iona and/or Staffa combine ferry, coach and boat to provide a seamless experience for customers who want to experience the beauty of two or three of the Inner Hebridian islands in just one day. Experienced guides provide commentary and local knowledge as well as help you understand the landscapes and seascapes you will see on your journeys.
Sightseeing in Oban, Bute and Glasgow is made easy with our open-top guided bus tours that will help you quickly become familiar with these places as well as offer you the opportunity to hop-on and off to enjoy the many attractions in all of these places.
On Mull we also operate the local bus services, including the new Tobermory Topper service which features an open-top bus journey with recorded commentary between Craignure and Tobermory, allowing visitors to the island to leave their car behind, relax and enjoy the scenery. For independent travellers, we also offer a Discovery Pass on Mull that allows travellers to use all our local bus services and discover the island independently. Our joint ticket with iconic Duart Castle offers a great day out on Mull where you can visit Tobermory and Duart Castle in one day.
We also operate ferry services linking Campbeltown in Kintyre with Ballycastle in Northern Ireland. At only 1 hour and 30 minutes journey time, this is the ideal way for visitors to the West Coast of Scotland to combine their visit with a trip to the stunning Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland.