Scenic Attractions

Scenic Attractions

The Isle of Mull is the second largest of the Hebrides, lying just off the west coast of Scotland. It is an island of peninsulas which give it a long and varied coastline offering the visitor endless days of exploration and discovery. The economy is a healthy mix of farming, fishing, and tourism giving the visitor a view of genuine island life.  The scenic attractions are also shaped by it volcanic past and the ages of ice.

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Calgary Beach an amazing scenic attraction

Calgary Bay

Calgary Bay is a short drive from Dervaig on the Isle of Mull. It's home to one of the most accessible and photographed beaches in Scotland and a fantastic Art in Nature walk. During the season light lunches and refreshments are available at the Carthouse Coffee Shop. READ MORE

Eas Fors Waterfall

Eas Fors Waterfall

Eas Fors Waterfall is one of the most spectacular waterfalls on the island, situated just off the B8073, a couple of miles North of Ulva Ferry. There are captivating views across Loch Tuath to the island of Ulva. READ MORE

scenic attractions  for filming

Film Locations

The stunning scenery and beauty of this region of Scotland has inspired many film directors to choose the island as a location for their movies. The appeal seems to be the mountains, coast line, Castles, stunning beaches and lochs. Here follows a few details of films and their location on the Isle of Mull. READ MORE

stars and the night sky scenic attractions

Stargazing & Astro-photography

Dark Skies Mull, because of its northerly location, is ideal for viewing dark night skies. During periods of high sun activity, Mull is in sight of the Aurora Borealis READ MORE

Tor Mor beach and quarry

Tormore Granite Quarry

The most dominant feature of the lower end of the Ross of Mull is its Red/Pink, rounded Granite landscape.  TheRead more » READ MORE