How to get to Mull
There are many different routs to get to Mull, or should I say to a Ferry port. However, inevitably, you will need to get on a Calmac Ferry.
Caledonian MacBrayne has three access point ferry terminals, one at Killchoan, one at Fishnish and the main one in Oban. Booking is essential if you are going to travel to Mull through Oban, as this is the most popular ferry, particularly on a Saturday.
Using Oban is not essential and you don't have to book on the other two ports. Coming from the north, these two alternative ports are preferable and we locals use them a lot. Anyway, more below.
Get to Mull by Ferry
Caledonian MacBrayne operate 3 ferry routes to Mull, Oban to Craignure, Lochaline to Fishnish and Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula to Tobermory. It is a 45 minute ferry ride from Oban to Craignure. READ MORE
Getting to Mull by Train
To get to the Isle of Mull, take the train from Glasgow Queen Street to Oban. READ MORE
How to get to Mull by car
There are a number of routes you can take to get to the Isle of Mull. The most popular crossing to the island is from the town of Oban, known as 'The Gateway to the Isles', However, there are others routes if coming from the north or staying on other islands and getting to Mull through Ardnamurchan. READ MORE
Get to Mull by Bus
Coaches run regularly to Oban from Glasgow Buchanan Street Bus Station. There is also one coach a day in the summer that runs directly from Glasgow International Airport to Oban. READ MORE