A coastal delight
Travelling to Inverclyde
The M8 motorway runs all the way from Edinburgh, through Glasgow directly to the door of Inverclyde.
The main towns of Port Glasgow, Greenock and Gourock are just 25 miles from Glasgow city centre.
A frequent bus service operates between Glasgow city centre to the main towns of Port Glasgow, Greenock, Gourock, Inverkip and Wemyss Bay.
There are regular buses service within the area and to the outlying villages.
Inverclyde has 13 train stations which connect from Glasgow Central Station or Paisley Gilmour Street Station through Port Glasgow to Wemyss Bay and the Rothesay ferry terminal or to Gourock, via Greenock stations.
You can travel between areas of Inverclyde quite easily on regular trains.
There are 4 trains an hour Mon – Sat from Glasgow to Gourock & Greenock.
Rail tickets are available from www.scotrail.co.uk
For further details on bus and rail travel, you can visit Trainline. Using their website and mobile app, which is accessible on the iOS and Android platforms, they offer the ability to purchase train tickets and railcards as well as free access to real-time train schedules and station information. Trainline : Search, Compare & Buy Cheap Train Tickets (thetrainline.com)
The Caledonian McBrayne ferry service runs from Dunoon & Kilkreggan to Gourock and the Isle of Bute service operates to and from Weymss Bay
Find the timetable and ticket costs at
Glasgow International Airport is only 20 miles away.
Car Hire is available and the M8 connects the airport directly to Inverclyde.
There are no direct buses from the airport to Port Glasgow, Greenock and Gourock. There is a bus connection to Paisley Gilmour Street station for the train connections.
The train connections are from Paisley Gilmour Street, transfer from the airport on the shuttle bus and then take the train to one of our many local stations. Greenock Central is the main station.