How do I spend a day on Mull?

How do I spend a day on Mull?

  1. Window shopping in Tobermory.
  2. Learn about Whisky at Tobermory Distillery.
  3. Go wild swimming at Calgary Beach.
  4. Check out the beaches near Fionnphort.
  5. Go Hiking with Walk Mull.
  6. Visit Duart Castle.
  7. Spot the Highland Coos at Loch Beg.
  8. Visit the Isle of Iona & Iona Abbey.

How long do you need to visit the Isle of Mull?

Go for 3 days rather than 2 – you won’t regret that. Mull is superb.

Can you drive around Mull in a day?

It is about 2.5 hours drive (including the Ferry) from Fort William to Tobermory. That is 5 hours driving alone in one day, some of which is on sign track roads which can take a lot longer!

Do you need a car on Mull?

HOW DO I GET TO THE ISLE OF MULL? You’re best to take a car onto the island if you want to be able to reach all the places you’re interested in. The transport is not ideal, but there is a bus service run by ‘West Coast Motors’, and taxis are available if you book in advance.

How many miles around is Mull?

875.4 km²
Isle of Mull/Area

What should I bring to Isle of Mull?

Whatever your style, here are a few essentials for a trip on the west coast and islands that you really shouldn’t leave home without.

  • Midge repellent. Midge repellent is the only thing you really, really should have on the islands.
  • Sun cream.
  • Waterproofs.
  • Something warm.
  • Swim kit.
  • Walking boots.
  • Binoculars.
  • Maps, and a compass.

Is Mull bigger than Skye?

Being a larger island with more visitors, Skye does have more restaurants and more choice so it does win on the count of top-class places to dine out. Mull also has a great smokehouse located at Tobermory and a visit to this is a must when you are on the island.

Are there taxis on Mull?

Metered Fares or Fixed Price transport services based in Tobermory, Isle of Mull. Mull Taxis are an ideal way to reach your destination, offering flexibility and on-demand services to meet your individual or group requirements. …

Can you drive around Mull?

With endless beautiful natural landscapes, diverse wildlife, and quaint villages to see, the Isle of Mull is the perfect place to grab your girlfriends, rent a car, and explore. Here are five reasons why you should road trip around the Isle of Mull, Scotland.

Can you walk around Mull?

Mull and Iona are excellent islands for walking. Their landscapes are diverse, with forests, moors, hills, coastlines and glens to explore. And there’s so much to see while you’re out and about, from Mull’s fascinating geology to Iona’s beautiful beaches.

Are there buses on Mull?

Coast Motors bus services, including the Tobermory Topper, for one or more consecutive days so that they can explore Mull independently. The bus is really the eco way to travel around the island, and it allows you to concentrate on the beauty of the island and not the driving.

Where is the Isle of Mull in Scotland?

Amongst the Inner Hebrides, off the West Coast of Scotland lie the Isle of Mull and Isle of Iona. Together with Mull’s idyllic offshore islands, they provide an outstanding abundance of scenery, culture and wildlife to discover.

When is the best time to visit the Isle of Mull?

For detailed information on the White-tailed Sea Eagles on the Isle of Mull click here to go to the excellent website. The Isle of Mull accommodation is generally of a good standard and plentiful, however, during the school holiday periods in July and August it is recommended to book in advance.

What to see in the north west of Mull?

The north west of Mull is an unspoiled wilderness, with a dramatic coastline of cliffs and beaches, and the picturesque village of Dervaig at its centre. Along the coast, high cliffs plunge to the sea, interspersed with secret sandy beaches and rocky coves, home to rare wildlife.

What to do in Tobermory Isle of Mull?

Tobermory was built as a fishing port in the late 18th century and is now the main town on Mull. It is a picture-postcard of a place with the brightly painted buildings along the main street to the pier and the high woodland-fringed hills surrounding the bay. The town has a good variety of shops, hotels,…