Isle of Mull
Mull is a small island connected to its neighbours by a rich heritage and the ease of sea travel. From wildlife watchers to history enthusiasts, the Isle of Mull is packed with activities for the whole family. The brightly coloured houses which adorn Tobermory harbour have become an iconic welcome for visitors to this bustling town. Originally built as a fishing port in the late 18th century, Tobermory is now the main town on Mull.
Today, Tobermory boasts a variety of shops, restaurants, hotels and other accommodation as well as the Tobermory Distillery. With a number of boat tours on offer, visitors can explore neighbouring islands of Iona, with its famous medieval Abbey, Staffa and the Treshnish Isles and discover why Argyll is named Scotland’s adventure coast. A short ferry crossing from Mull, community owned Ulva is a must visit for wildlife, scenery and car-free exploration.
A Land that Time Forgot
"Time may have forgotten, but our landscape remembers."
The Boiling Sea-cauldron of Argyll
Tha luchd-coiseachd nam beann eòlach gu leòr air an fhacal coire oir bidh a leithid a’ nochdadh gu tric gu h-àrd far an do chladhaich an deigh tuill anns an tìr o chian nan cian. Ge-tà, math dh’fhaodte gur e an coire as ainmeile ann an Alba fear a tha suidhichte air falbh bhon àrd-mhonadh, anns a’ mhuir eadar Diùra agus Sgarba ann an Earra-Ghàidheal.