For a small place,
The Isle of Colonsay has a lot of things going on -
Please follow the links below for further information.

 2017 will be another busy year of festivals on Colonsay

The Book festival is over the weekend of 29th & 30th April 2017

for more info www.colonsaybookfestival.org.uk/festival/ 

 Our Annual Festival of Spring follows immediately after the book festival, and once again will have a packed programme. 1st to 21st May 2017

Each year the individual events are varied, with old favourites being run alongside new activities.  2016 attendees enjoyed Dry Stone Walling, Bookbinding, Fern Appreciation Walks, Cake Making, Historical & Ornithological Walks, Sewing & Knitting, Foraging, Printing & Bread Making, and Colonsay Wool & Fabric Dyeing, to name but a few.

 click here to view the 2016 timetable -  the 2017 programme will be available shortly.......

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Colonsay Folk Festival 11th to 17th  September 2017 - www.ceolcholasa.co.uk 

Great line up...get booking!


Saturday 14th to Sunday 28th October 2017
Now a permanent fixture in our festival calendar and proving very popular for a half term break, with food and drink taking centre stage, and lots of other activities for adults & children.  
The programme includes bread baking, whisky, beer and wine tastings, seasonal cookery classes, bird watching and historical guided walks, evening talks, many craft workshops especially for children, and children's cooking and baking sessions.
See the 2016 programme for details of all the exciting things that are going on

Click HERE


Colonsay has a good variety of accommodation available, from a backpackers lodge, to self-catering cottages, B&B’s and a Hotel.

www.colonsay.org.uk for all details

The Colonsay Tourism Marketing Group are very grateful to Caledonian MacBrayne for their generous & continued support of our festivals. Particularly for the Spring Festival where this year they are one of our key sponsors.
For all your ferry travel needs, go to www.calmac.co.uk

We would  also like to thank Marine Harvest Scotland for their help with the cost of running the events.