Isle of Mull

This large Inner Hebridean island is full of many incredible possibilities, whether you are going for a day trip or staying a fortnight. Visit the charming town of Tobermory with its coloured houses and independent businesses and explore miles of stunning coastline with amazing wildlife. 

Map of the Isle of Mull

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Travel to and around

Mull is well served by ferry and bus routes so you’ll be able to get here easily no matter where you’re travelling from.

Getting to


Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) operates three car ferry services to the island. The most popular route connects Oban with Craignure, the island's main port which is located on its eastern coast. This service runs roughly every couple of hours throughout the day, but if you are planning on taking a vehicle it's advisable to book your place in advance! 

Find out more on the CalMac website

Further north, you can also travel from Lochaline, on the Morvern Peninsula, to Fishnish, or take the Isle of Mull ferry from Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula to Tobermory, the largest settlement on the island. 


Bus and coach


Getting around


Mull is a great place for cycling with most of the roads all single-track providing lots of amazing scenery along the way. Cycle along the 10 mile stretch of double track road from Craignure to Salen with another four mile section leading into Tobermory.

The main roads to Tobermory and Fionnphort can get very busy with ferry traffic. The south of the island also operate lots of buses and coaches enroute to Fionnphort for Iona so make sure to keep yourself safe while on the road.

Find out more about cycling on Mull


Bus and coach

Vehicle hire



A tip from your local expert

Duart Castle

Visit Duart Castle, the 13th century ancestral home of Clan Maclean. It's the perfect attraction for day trippers and holiday makers alike. Surrounded by magnificent views of the sound of Mull, on a clear day there are views up to Ben Nevis. 



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