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Tarbet (Scottish Gaelic: An Tairbeart or Tairbeart Loch Nibheis) is a place on the south shore of Loch Nevis in Scotland, about 6 miles east of Mallaig. The name 'tarbet' (or 'tarbert') refers to a portage or isthmus, in this case it is between Loch Nevis and Loch Morar.

Tarbet
Tarbet is located in Lochaber
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Tarbet shown within the Lochaber area
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• Edinburgh182 miles (road) from Morar
• London552 miles (road) from Morar
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Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townMallaig
Postcode districtPH41
Dialling code01687
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56°58′12″N 5°38′10″W / 56.970°N 5.636°W / 56.970; -5.636Coordinates: 56°58′12″N 5°38′10″W / 56.970°N 5.636°W / 56.970; -5.636
Tarbet Bay
Former church at Tarbet

Tarbet has a permanent population of 6. Tarbet is not connected to any roads, access is by a path from Bracorina, to the east of Morar. There is also a on-demand passenger ferry service to Mallaig and Inverie, in Knoydart.