Isle of Mull is a downright paradise situated in the west of Scotland. It is the 2nd largest island of the Inner Hebrides and 4th largest in the whole of Britain.
Picture yourself with silent mountains, lengthy single pathways, passing places, winding roads, houses and cottages sparsely scattered around, flock of sheep that block the road, gazing highland cows, landscape dotted with lochs, outlined with 300 miles of splendid coast line. Add to it soaring eagles, lazy seals, otters, photogenic puffins, and abundant of wildlife. That pretty much sums up Isle of Mull.
Here’s 20 great experiences that you cannot and should not miss while in Isle of Mull. They are in no particular order.
1.Enjoy the vast silent landscapes of Mull
2. Visit Duart Castle, home to clan MacLean
3. See the bluebells in full bloom during Spring
4. Admire the three lochs of Glenmore
5. Dip your feet in the crystal clear Fionnphort beach or Langamull Beach
|In picture, Fionnphort beach, Ross of Mull
6. Take the 10 minute ferry and explore Iona Island
7. Climb the pink granite hill near to the Fionnphort beach and see the view of Iona island
8. Drive around Isle of Mull. Road tripping is the best way to enjoy this island.
9. Watch out for these 2 photogenic road blockers in abundance
10. Sit by the loch and enjoy the tranquil silence during the twilight. I bet you can’t find that peace anywhere else.
11. Visit the island’s capital Tobermory and admire the colorful houses and coffee shops
12. Hike and see the stunning Aros Waterfall in Tobermory
13. Stay in a unique accommodation or do camping
14. Swim in one of the pristine beaches of Scotland – Calgary bay (if the weather is good)
15.Walk up the hill and get the view that you can’t find elsewhere! This one’s near Dervaig village.
16. Watch the sunsets that you’ll never forget for the rest of your lives. Remember, you’re in West of Scotland!!
17. Go on wildlife tours. Mull is bestowed with rich wildlife, and it’s best experienced through tour operators
18.Go to the local pubs in village and catch up conversation with the locals.
19.Climb the highest mountain on the Mull Island, Ben More
20.Click the postcard perfect moments
Isle of Mull can be reached from mainland only through ferry service from the following mainland locations:-
Oban <–> Craignure, Mull
Lochaline <–> Fishnish, Mull
Kilchoan (Ardnamurchan Peninsula) <–> Tobermory, Mull
Caladonian MacBrayne are the ferry operators to Isle of Mull. For prices and timetable of ferry, refer the link.
Would you like to go to Isle of Mull? What is your favourite activity in islands such as these?