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Mull (local Area)

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The largest of the islands of Argyll & The Isles and the third largest in Scotland. Rich in culture, heritage, stunning landscapes and wildlife.

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The Isle of Mull has it all from the unspoiled landscapes and pristine beaches with the blinding white sand, rose-pink granite and emerald waters to the rugged ridges of Ben More, incredible abundance of wildlife, two impressive castles, a narrow-gauge railway, the sacred island of Iona and activities. The island undoubtedly boasts one of the most varied landscpapes in the Inner Hebrides.

As the island is one of the best places to see rare white-tailed sea eagles there are number of guided wildlife tours to choose from. Visitors can also hop on a boat trips to the surrounding islands including enchanting Staffa, where the motion of the waves crashing into Fingal’s Cave, formed from giant basalt columns, inspired Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture.

Tobermory is the island’s main town which is famed for the cheerful colours of its waterfront buildings and the yachts bobbing in the natural harbour as well as being the setting for hit children’s TV show Balamory.
 

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The Isle of Mull has it all from the unspoiled landscapes and pristine beaches with the blinding white sand, rose-pink granite and emerald waters to the rugged ridges of Ben More, incredible abundance of wildlife, two impressive castles, a narrow-gauge railway, the sacred island of Iona and activities. The island undoubtedly boasts one of the most varied landscpapes in the Inner Hebrides.

As the island is one of the best places to see rare white-tailed sea eagles there are number of guided wildlife tours to choose from. Visitors can also hop on a boat trips to the surrounding islands including enchanting Staffa, where the motion of the waves crashing into Fingal’s Cave, formed from giant basalt columns, inspired Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture.

Tobermory is the island’s main town which is famed for the cheerful colours of its waterfront buildings and the yachts bobbing in the natural harbour as well as being the setting for hit children’s TV show Balamory.
 

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