Contacts for bookings and information:  Explore Mull, 01688 302875 or

accommodation on the Isle of mull including hotels bed and breakfast and camping
Attractions on the isle of Mull
Take a boat or wildlife trip or tour
learn about Mull's spectacular wildlife
Visit a village, island or scenic area
Information about travel, medical and general tourist information
Information about travel, medical and general tourist information

Direct link to the Tobermory website

Direct link to the Iona website

Welcome to the Isle of Mull Scotland

The stunning White Tailed Sea Segle

White-tailed Eagle by Heather Pinchien

If you are looking for information about Tobermory click here  Isle of Iona click here  Oban click here

The Isle of Mull and the neighbouring Island of Iona lie just off the west coast of Scotland, in the United Kingdom.

The Isle of Mull has become well known by all who view the BBC programmes Springwatch and Coast. The presenter Gordon Buchanan is from Mull and still has family and a house here. Mull is also now very well known as the home of the CBeebies programme Balamory, based around the coloured houses of Tobermory.

The Isle of Mull has attractions for all the family, and offers a holiday where wildlife is around every corner, visitor attractions cater for all ages, and the whole family has a chance to live a lifestyle far removed from the hectic urban pressurised existence.

For detailed information on the White-tailed Sea Eagles on the Isle of Mull click here to go to the excellent website.

Accommodation on the island 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.

Moy Castle the home of Clan Maclane

Moy Castle

Ferries cross to the island at three points: Oban, Lochaline and Kilchoan. Booking is required during busy summer months on the Oban ferry, however, the other two are not possible to book, and places are normally available when required. The Lochaline crossing is a cheaper option and is used regularly by locals. Click here to go to the more detailed travel information page.

From Oban, on the mainland, where many visitors arrive on their way to the Isle of Mull and Iona, the seaward view is dominated by the rocky peaks and green slopes of the Mull mountains.

According to your interests, the islands of Mull and Iona can be a wilderness awaiting discovery, a haven of peace and relaxation or simply a charming and beautiful centre for a Highland holiday away from the cares and pressures of modern life.

For general information and Travel, click here or the Tourist Office in Craignure, click here.


Besides the range of popular Mull and Iona websites, we have composed a range of other website for places of interest, ranging from a nest of Western Isles sites, for the Isle of LewisHarrisNorth UistSouth Uist,Benbecula, and Barra.  Further afield we have produced websites for InvernessHobart in Tasmania and Almaty in Kazakhstan.

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Just a reminder that we are closed until 11th May due to forest operations. Many eagle pairs on the island will have chicks now, Iona and Fingal are one of the later pairs and aren't due to hatch for a while. Look out for increased activity on the island with adults having extra beaks to feed. I heard my first cuckoo calling yesterday and enjoyed a barn owl flyby yesterday evening! Plenty of wildlife busy for the spring now! From Monday 4th - Friday 8th May why not pop to the Fishnish Community Wildlife Hide (10am-1pm). I can help spot wildlife like eagles, otters and seabirds, plus answer any questions. Free, but donations welcome!

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Whilst we sleep, the sea view is busy.

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Looking forward to promoting your amazing business across Scotland for the next 12 months! :-)

Oban & Isle of Mull iSign Locations; Atlantis Sport and Leisure Oban, Caledonian MacBrayne, Ocean Explorer Centre & Tobermory Harbour Association
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