The Isle of Mull

For information on Tobermory click here

The Isle of Mull  has its own separate website which can be accessed by clicking here.

Listed below are some of the areas on the Isle of Mull website that you can go directly through to by clicking the links.

Accommodation – selection of hotels, self catering cottages and B&B’s for your holiday on Mull.

Walking and Wildlife Tours – experience our beautiful landscape and coastline on a walking tour or wildlife excursion.

Boat Trips – whales, dolphins, seals and otters are seen regularly on our sea tours.

Geology – learn about the varied topography of the Isle of Mull

History – information on the cave-men, Bronze Age and Vikings.

The Isle of Ulva – the number one day out from the Isle of Mull, not to be missed!

Other islands – information on the other islands around the Isle of Mull.

The Ross of Mull or south-west Mull leads to Fionnphort and the boat to Iona

Craignure is where the Oban ferry terminates, great gift shop, restaurants and pub.

Salen lies on the narrowest part of the island and was built by General Lachlan Macquarie

Isle of Mull virtual tour – look at our panoramic photos to help you plan your holiday on Mull