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Welcome to the Isle of Mull!

The Isle of Mull is one of Scotland’s most beautiful islands.

Easily accessible from Oban, Kilchoan and Lochaline, the Isle of Mull offers a staggering array of activities.  There are plenty of hillwalking, fishing and wildlife opportunities, and a rich diversity of local wildlife.

The charming islands of Iona and Staffa, and the world famous Fingal’s Cave, are just a stone’s throw away, and the colourful town of Tobermory is the perfect location for a relaxing break.  The Isle of Mull is home to Duart Castle and Torosay Castle, as well as Ben More, the only island Munro outside Skye.

With mile upon mile of rugged coastline, lighthouses, castles and open marine vistas, Mull will not disappoint:  and what better way to end your holiday here than to take home some delicious Isle of Mull cheese, or your very own bottle of the amazing Tobermory Single Malt whisky!
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  • Castles Castles

    The Isle of Mull is a great island for visiting historic castles. These include the impressive Duart Castle, Torosay Castle and Moy Castle.

  • Iona Iona

    Long associated with early Christianity in Scotland and the Book of Kells, Iona makes for an excellent short boat trip from Fionnphort on the Isle of Mull. Visit the monastery and go and explore this beautiful, green island.

  • Staffa Staffa

    The magical island of Staffa is home to the world famous Fingal's Cave, surrounded by amazing basalt columns reminiscent, and geologically related to, the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland.

  • Tobermory Tobermory

    Colour-washed houses; single malt whisky; the smell of the sea; boat trips to seal colonies - it can only be Tobermory, the principal town on the Isle of Mull.

  • Hillwalking Hillwalking

    Ben More (966m / 3169ft), meaning “big hill”, is the only island Munro that is not on the Isle of Skye. The highest point on Mull, Ben More is linked by a ridge to the top of A'Chioch, which itself is just across from Beinn Fhada (702m / 2303ft), meaning “long hill”.