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Fidden Beach

Another stunning beach with pink granite outcrops and a large white sandy bay. Read more

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Port na Ba Beach

Port na Ba Beach has to be one of the most attractive beaches on Mull. Read more

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Black Beach

The Black Beach is one of the island's less known beaches so you can be almost guaranteed to have it to yourself. It can be found in a secluded spot on the west coast of Mull, not far from Torloisk. Read more

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Traigh Ghael Beach

Traigh Ghael (Gaelic for white beach) is a quiet hidden beach on the south of Mull. Read more

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Kilvickeon Beach

Garbh Eilean is a tidal island on Kilvickeon Beach, connected by a sand bar - a geological feature called a tombolo. Read more

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Ardalanish Beach

Yet another of Mull's white shell-sand gems. Read more

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Calgary Beach

Haunting ruined settlements, iron-age forts and the amazing white shell sand beach of Calgary Bay make this one of the most photographed places on the Isle of Mull. It is also very accessible and there is a coffee shop and gallery close by. Read more

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Uisken Beach

Uisken Beach is easily accessible by car, take the signposted road to Uisken which is just beyond Bunessan. Read more

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Laggan Sands

From Craignure, take the A849 south for 7 miles and then take the left turn sign-posted Lochbuie. It is then a half hour's drive along Loch Spelve and Loch Uisg. Read more

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Knockvologan Beach

At low tide the island of Erraid can be accessed from Knockvolgan Beach. This was the setting for Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Kidnapped'. Read more

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Langamull Beach

This beach is not as accessible as Calgary and will involve carrying your picnic 2 miles down the track but don't let this deter you. Read more

 

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