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One of the most mountainous islands of Scotland, Mull is well known for its wildlife, especially its sea eagles. It is also one the best places in Scotland to go on a whale watching trip. With good fishing, some great hill walking – Ben More is Scotland’s ‘last Munro’, Duart Castle, a narrow gauge railway, a whisky distillery, and cruises to Staffa and the Treshnish Isles, there is plenty to see and do.

Colourful Tobermory, with its brightly painted houses, has gained fame as the setting for the children’s television show Balamory.

Ferries from Oban, Lochaline and Kilchoan on Ardnamurchan.

Find out more on the Isle of Mull from Wikipedia

Accommodation in Mull:

Isle of Mull »

Famous for its sea eagles, Mull is also well known for its whale and wildlife watching boat trips.

Duart Castle Duart Castle »

Standing proudly on a cliff-top, guarding the Sound of Mull, Duart enjoys one of the most spectacular and unique positions on the west coast of Scotland.

Tobermory Tobermory »

For the wildlife enthusiast, trips and excursions are started from the Tobermory area. Whales, dolphins, seals etc are found within a short distance of Tobermory and sometimes in Tobermory Bay itself.

Sea Life Surveys »

With two boats operating out of Tobermory, Sea Life Surveys offers visitors a wide range of trips to experience the marine life of the Inner Hebrides, with a special focus on whale and dolphin watching.