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Looking across the Sound of Iona to the Ross of Mull (October 2011) [© Steve Marshall/Wild Future]

Isle of Mull

Mull is simply one of the best wildlife destinations in the UK. Add to this a picturesque, tranquil landscape that is steeped in history and you have one of our favourite places to holiday - anywhere.

Choose an area of interest from the left-hand menu or the map below and don't forget to read our trip report.


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Mull is more: so much to see and do

With an area of 338 square miles (875 sq km), Mull is the second largest of the Inner hebrides and the fourth largest Scottish island.

The Isle of Mull, together with the adjacent Isles of Iona and Ulva, is simply a wonderland for those who enjoy wildlife, peaceful walks, spectacular scenery and the tranquillity of island life.

Marine wildlife is common - otters, seals, seabirds and cetaceans; inland, Red Deer quietly graze the hills and and birds of prey are abundant - including Mull's famous White-tailed Eagles, Golden Eagles and Hen Harriers. Walks take you through oak and conifer woods and along rocky sea loch shores up to the hills of the Ben More range.

 

Our website shows the following areas in detail:

Northern Mull

Places: Salen, Tobermory, Dervaig, Calgary

Wild Places: Salen Bay, Loch Frisa, Aros Park, Loch Cuin, Calgary Bay

Also: Aros Castle, several standing stones

 

Western Mull

Places: Killiechronan, Isle of Ulva

Wild Places: Loch na Keal, Loch Ba, Loch Beg, Isle of Ulva

Also: Eas Fors waterfall

 

Eastern Mull

Places: Craignure, Lochdon,

Wild Places: Craignure Bay, Loch Don, Grass Point, Loch Spelve

Also: Lochbuie stone circle

 

Ross of Mull

Places: Pennygael, Bunessan, Fionphort, Isle of Iona

Wild Places: Ardnalanish Bay, Fidden, Isle of Iona

Also: Carsaig Arches

 

Isle of Iona

Wildlife: Corncrake, seabirds and waders

Also: Iona Abbey, Spouting Cave

 

 

Isle of Ulva

Wildlife: Slender Scotch Burnet, Marsh Fritillary

Also: Starvation Point

 

 

Lower Eas Fors waterfall, near Ballygown, Isle of Mull [Photo © Steve Marshall/Wild Future]

 
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