Take a scenic route through the beautiful and dramatic
Isle of Mull
Mull is the largest of the islands of Argyll and the third largest in Scotland, with 300 miles of coastline.
Beautiful beaches and bays abound, from Calgary and Kilninian in the north to Loch Buie and Carsaig in the south. Mull has an abundance of wildlife on its land and in its waters, with curious puffins on surrounding seabird colonies and great whales and basking sharks swimming just off the coast. There are guided boat trips to the neighbouring islands, includingthe Isle of Iona and Staffa.
How to get to Mull
Explore the spectacular coastal views, breathtaking mountain scenery and rich wildlife that the impressive Scottish Islands has to offer with our daily boat tours departing from multiple locations on the West Coast of Scotland