Island of Mull Things to Do

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  • 1. Duart Castle

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    Duart Castle is open daily in the May to October period but please check for opening dates before you visit. The castle is the ancestral home of Clan McLean on Mull and it is over 800 years old. It...

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  • 2. Tobermory

    Tobermory is the main town on the Island of Mull and has a population of just 700. I was amazed to find so many English people living and working here and in fact a quarter of the towns population are...

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  • 3. Mull Museum

    This is an excellent small museum on the waterfront in Tobermory and it covers the history of Mull and other aspects of island life such as flora and fauna, the wildlife of Mull and crofting on...

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  • 4. Mull Aquarium

    This is a small aquarium on the harbour in Tobermory. This is a unique aquarium as the species are actually returned to the sea after a short stay in the aquarium. The staff are knowledgeable and...

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  • 5. Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust

    The Trust have a shop in Tobermory and out in the harbour a boat they use for marine conversation and dolphin / whale watching. They conduct a programme of high quality cetacean monitoring and...

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  • 6. Ulva

    Ulva is an island with a population of 11 (approximately) off the northwest coast of Mull, and you get there from Ulva Ferry on Mull.I decided to take a look...

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  • 7. Iona

    One of the main attractions of Mull (and Fionnphort in particular) is being able to visit Iona. I’ve done an Iona page, so take a look at that. For me the...

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  • 8. Staffa

    One of the main attractions of Mull (and Fionnphort in particular) is being able to visit Staffa. I’ve done an Staffa page, so take a look at that.The whole...

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  • 9. Watching Eagles on Mull

    The RSPB on Mull have set up a viewing station at a safe distance from the nest of the White-tailed Sea Eagles. We booked some places at the watch and enjoyed...

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  • 10. Go on a Mull Wildlife Safari

    Myself and my 3 birding buddies booked a day trip with Richard Atkinson, an experienced guide of 20 years on the island of Mull.The trip turned out to be...

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  • 11. Take a day trip to the Treshnish Isles & Staffa

    Starting from the small jetty at Ulva Ferry the boats operated by a Mull-based company offer a journey to the island of Staffa and then on to the larger island...

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  • 12. Craignure

    Craignure is the main ferry port for Mull, with the larger ferries calling here. Don't expect a lot, as apart from the ferry quay, really the place is little...

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  • 13. The Macleod centre

    The Macleod centre was built with the view of helping young people with disabilities or underprivaledged backgrounds, today young and old can lodge here, it has...

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  • 14. Iona

    The short ferry trip from Mull over to Iona is a must do when on Mull. Iona is very beautiful and peaceful. The walk from the ferry to the Abbey is short and...

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  • 15. Take the Ferry to get there .. how else??

    There are 3 ways to get to Mull by ferry. Oban - CraignureKilchoan - Tobermoryand my favorite Lochaline - Fishnish Getting there (and back) is part of the...

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  • 16. Explore the Treshnish islands

    Just beyond Staffa is a group of islands called the Treshnish islands. Some of the boats that go to Staffa will also take you here. The islands abound with...

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  • 17. Tobermory Distillery

    One of my favorite distilleries to visit in Scotland is the one in Tobermory. I am partial to the flavor of their malts, but I also enjoyed the tour itself. It...

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  • 18. Staffa extended visit!

    We just had a great week on Mull. Thanx to nickandchris for your helpful info. Here's a tip for people who want a special experience of the amazing Staffa. We...

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  • 19. JOURNEY TO LOCHBUIE

    It is some 14 miles from the ferry terminal at Craignure to Lochbuie on single lane track for the overwhelming part. The first six miles are on the semi-busy...

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  • 20. MOY CASTLE

    Here was the headquarters for the Clan of Maclaine of Lochbuie. The castle dates to the early 1400’s and consists of a solid tower keep. You can make out what...

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  • 21. LOCHBUIE STONE CIRCLES

    As you ride into Lochbuie, you will see a sign noting ’Footpath to Stone Circle’. The sign should read ’Bogpath’ as your feet will be getting wet as you wander...

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  • 22. LOCHBUIE

    The original Maclean clan branched out from Duart as the years went by. One of the earliest branches was that of the Maclaines of Lochbuie. Lochbuie is one of...

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  • 23. FIONNPHORT

    Fionnphort is not much more than the ferry terminal for the short ride over to Iona. There are a few shops, b/b’s and a small market. Free car parking is set...

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  • 24. Tobermoray Distillery Trip

    A visit to the Distillery in Tobermoray is well worth the admission price of £2.50.Especially as you get you to sample the local Malt and they give you a £2.50...

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  • 25. Iona

    Iona is seperated from Mull by the mile wide Sound of Iona and is a mere 1.5 miles east to west and 3 miles from north to south.Access is from the small port of...

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