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Map of Mull

Contact:

Mrs N.A. Harmer
Gruline House
Isle of Mull
Argyll
PA71 6HS
Tel: 01680 300332

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The Isle of Mull

Tobermory harbour

Mull has a great variety of scenery, mountainous of volcanic origin, with a 300 mile rocky coastline and sandy beaches.

The complex and interesting geology consists mainly of tertiary volcanic lavas overlying earlier sedimentary rock formations.

There are 2 nine hole golf courses, wildlife and other interest tours and pony trekking. There are opportunities for loch, river and sea fishing.

Staffa (Fingal

Boat trips go to Staffa, famous for Fingals cave and basalt columns, and the Treshnish Isles, a magical place in early summer when puffins are everywhere and other seabirds also breed and there are seals (both varieties) and maybe dolphins and whales can be found.

Puffins on Lunga

There are many spectacular walks and lots of space for hill or coastal walking ... or simply doing nothing!

Macquarie mausoleum

Some interesting places to visit

  • Iona with its restored historic Abbey.
  • Duart Castle, ancestral home of Clan Maclean with its breathtaking views and excellent tea room.
  • Isle of Ulva, once the home of Clan Macquarie with very good walking and its Boathouse licensed tea room.
  • The Mull theatre.
  • Swimming pool and spa (opened 2008) at the Isle of Mull Hotel, Craignure.
  • Macquarie Mausoleum (Gruline)
  • Carsaig Arches
  • ...and much, much more.

Tobermory

Carsaig Arches

Tobermory is the only town on the island with numerous shops and facilities, which includes a museum, a distillery, and a chocolate factory. It also has a wide selection of restaurants.

Salen

Salen has one general store supplying groceries, milk, newspapers etc. There is a post office, laundrette, restaurant (The Mediterranea), filling station and garage.

Contact:

Mrs N.A. Harmer
Gruline House
Isle of Mull
Argyll
PA71 6HS
Tel: 01680 300332

Duart Castle Iona Abbey Port Ban, Iona