Nearest commercial airport: Inverness (2 hours driving, rail and bus connection).
Plockton has a well maintained airstrip for private aeroplanes and helicopters.
Other Scottish international airports: Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Prestwick.
Airlines operating from Inverness:
British Airways, Easy Jet, Logan Air, Highland Airways, PDG Helicopters
Arrive straight in the heart of Plockton from Inverness (2 hours), Glasgow, Edinburgh, London (possibilities of Sleeper Train) or Paris (Eurostar)!
Three trains a day from Inverness make their way through Plockton Station on the famous Kyle Line, one of the most scenic rail trips in Europe.
Scotrail (timetables and online booking)
Scotrail informative and descriptive page on the Kyle Line
National Rail Enquiries (all about the UK Network)
Nearest bus stop: Kyle and Lochalsh (20 minutes driving)
Connections with Inverness, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. The bus network also includes Scottish Airports.
For something completely different, try the local post bus service between Plockton and Kyle of Lochalsh You travel with the postman in his van or car as he delivers mail or parcels.
Scottish City Link (timetables and online booking)
Kyle Post Office (Post Bus Services timetable): 44(0)1599 534 246
Locally, some narrow one-track roads but lovely scenery!
From Plockton to… Inverness (less than 2 hours), Glasgow (5 hours), Edinburgh (4.30 hours), London (11 hours).
Renting cars possible in Kyle of Lochalsh, Portree or Inverness.
Driving in the Highlands: a few tips (car section of Plockton.com)
Plockton’s sheltered bay attracts yachts of all sizes and sailors. The harbour offers moorings, anchorage and 2 pontoons.
Plockton Harbour position: Lat N / Long W = 57°20'29 / 5°38'49
Plockton Moorings Association (contact Geoff Webster: 44(0)1599 544283)
Blue Moment, the UK Sail Cruising Directory (see the page dedicated to the Visitors Moorings and Pontoons in Scotland)