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The Isle of Mull

The Isles of Mull and Iona form part of the inner hebrides, They are located just off the West coast of Scotland and can be reached by a short ferry trip from Oban on the mainland.

The Isle of Mull is renowned for its dramatic landscapes and is one of the foremost destinations for wildlife and nature holidays in the UK.

Mull offers attractions for the whole family, the classic bucket & spade beach holiday, to walking and wildlife holidays, There are many visitor attractions, including castles, gardens, there is loch and sea fishing, a day trips to the distillery, there are wildlife and boat trips.

The island is the foremost place to see sea eagles in the UK.

Situated at the North end of the island is the capital - Tobermory, with colourful painted building on the main street and the location for the filming the children TV series Balamory.,,
and the ferry terminal to Kilchoan on the mainland.

Further West is the village of Dervaig and closeby Calgary beach.

The village of Salen is located in the centre of the island.
Further South the ferry terminals of Fishnish and Craignure.

The spectacular drive South from Craignure passes through glens and by sea lochs to Bunessan and Fionnphort and the island of Iona.

The island of Mull has been a popular holiday destination for many years and is well served with many self catering holiday cottages, there is something to suit every taste.

Accommodations Mull lists 100 + properties ranging from croft houses by the sea sleeping couples to large country house tucked in the glens sleeping groups upto 14. There are also accommodation providers which offer a number of cottages on the same site, accommodating larger numbers.

Accommodations Mull also lists a venue which can be used for weddings on Mull.

Accommodations Standards are high.
Enjoy your time on the isle of Mull, there is plenty to see and do.

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Travel

From the South. - As you approach Glasgow take the M8 West around Glasgow, following the signs for Glasgow airport and then Greenock.

Leave the M8 onto the A82 and cross the Erskine bridge. This route takes you along side Loch Lomond, from Tarbet on Loch Lomond continue on the A82 to Crianlarach and Oban OR take the A83 via Inveraray and Dalmally then take the A82 again for Oban.

Its a 2 & 1/2 hour drive from Glasgow to Oban with an opportunity to enjoy some beautiful Scottish scenery.

Oban - The gateway to the isles, where we catch the ferry to Mull (45mins), booking advisable.

From the North. - 7 miles South of Fort William take the Corran ferry (10 min.) then the road to Lochaline (1 hr.) - take the cal-mac Lochaline to Fishnish ferry to Mull (15 min.)

Ferry Travel

Isle of Mull Winter 2016 Ferry Time tables 2016

Valid from 26 October 2015 to 24 March 2016

Isle of Mull Summer 2016 Ferry Timetable

Valid from 25 March 2016 to 24 October 2016

More information including prices can be found on Calmac web site. www.calmac.co.uk

Isle of Mull Wildlife

Scotland's Big 5

Four out of 5 ain't bad

Yes, Its possible to see 4 of Scotland Big 5 on the Isle of Mull

(There are no squirrels on Mull)

Golden Eagle : There are 25 pair of Golden Eagle on Mull.
The photo above is of a Sea eagle which are far bolder and more common; around 65 pair on Mull.

Otter : The Isle of Mull has 300 miles of coastal roads providing wonderful seascapes and access to a rocky shoreline with waters full of kelp and small fish and Otters.

Isle of Mull Wildlife

Red deer: They used to say, 'There are more Red deer on Mull than people', probably still trure, red deer are quite common, they are often seen from the road.

Common Seal : Can be seen sitting on the rocky island just offshore

Isle of Mull Wildlife

Dolphin : The waters around Mull are home to dolphin, porpoise, minke whale, basking shark.

Puffins : Large colonies of seabirds live on the Treshnish isles off Mull.