Port nan Gael Campsite
Hit up this Hebridean retreat for stunning landscapes, wildlife and adventures aplenty. Port nan Gael on the Isle of Mull is a family-run campsite with relaxed and friendly vibes.
Whether you’re recharging your batteries, getting your wildlife fix or planning some good adventures, this is the spot for it. At the junction between the west and east of the Isle of Mull, the site is halfway between the Craignure ferry terminal and the Fionnphort ferry terminal (both about half an hour's drive).
The former is where you will arrive on Mull, and the latter’s the departure point for a number of other islands, including Iona (an island with an abbey and beaches), Staffa (an island with volcanic rock columns, the impressive Fingal’s Cave and black guillemots) and Lunga (an island with puffins, seals and other seabirds).
As it's dog-friendly too, Port nan Gael Campsite is a wise spot for those holidaying with their canines. We will be hosting campervans, motorhomes and caravans at one end and tents at the other end.
The Inn at Port nan Gael is a hotel with en suite rooms as well as a restaurant and bar. Get all you need from one destination at Port nan Gael - the Heart of the Wilderness.
|Motorhome, Caravan and Campervan Pitches||£22 Per pitch per night (2 people)|
|Tent Pitches||£20 Per pitch per night (2 people)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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