This is a lovely short walk around the northern tip of the island taking in an old lime kiln at Port Ramsay.
From ferry pier at Point head NW across the grass beside the beach and around the headland following the coastline above the rocks that drop to the sea. The path passes a section of drystone wall and then crosses a stile in a fence. Continue over another stile to a small bay. Past the bay bear diagonally left up a grassy slope to a gap in a drystone wall with a marker post. Continue to another marker post and gap between two fence posts. Then turn right continue along the top of the cliffs before sloping down to join a track. Turn right and follow the track through a gate to the sea shore. Turn left and follow the track to Port Ramsay.
You can return to your start point by taking the road from Port Ramsay and turning left at the junction with the main road.
See http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/155560/details/lismore+port+ramsay+limekilns/ for more information on the Lime Kilns.