The Treshnish Isles have been landmarks for travellers through the Hebrides for at least 1000 years

 The Treshnish Isles are a central part of the scenery of the southern Hebrides. Like a fleet of Dreadnoughts passing through the Hebrides in line astern, these islands have been landmarks for travellers through the Hebrides for at least 1000 years. The names of some of the islands still reflect their importance to the Vikings who once ruled in the Hebrides.

Lunga is the best place in the Treshnish Isles to view the puffins, they can usually be seen from mid April until early August

 

The Treshnish Isles are formed from 8 principal islands varying in size from less than 4 hectares to 60 hectares. The archipelago lies, at its closest, 3km west of Mull and extends along a northeast-southwest axis for a distance of 11km.

Apart from the scenery of the Treshnish and their mystique as a group of uninhabited islands, they hold nationally important treasures in the form of a mediaeval castle as well as a thriving community of wildlife.

How to get to the Treshnish Isles

We have four tours available departing from different locations on the West Coast of Scotland ensuring you are never too far away from a trip to the Treshnish Isles!