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Duart Castle Tearoom

We pride ourselves on serving locally sourced Isle of Mull produce wherever possible. We aim to tell the story of our island and its history
Salen & South East Mull | Cafes

Glengorm Wildlife Project

Guided natural history walks, events and activities across 5,500 beautiful acres of North-west Mull. Search for the Island's finest wildlife, amid magnificent scenery and archaeology
Tobermory & North East Mull | Classes & Workshops

Aros Castle

Once one of the most important sites on Mull, Aros Castle is a ruined hall house near Salen.
Salen & South East Mull | Castles

Moy Castle

Moy Castle stands at the head of Loch Buie and was built in the 15th century.
Salen & South East Mull | Castles

Duart Castle

Built in the 13th century, Duart Castle is the seat of Clan MacLean and is located 3 miles from Craignure overlooking Duart Bay.
Salen & South East Mull | Castles

The Nunnery

The perfect place to while away an hour or so within the walls of the often sunny, sheltered and peaceful cloister.
Isle of Iona | Historic

The Marble Quarry

Worked from medieval times until the early 20th Century. White marble streaked with yellow-green serpentine altar can be seen in Iona Abbey.
Isle of Iona | Sights & Landmarks

Reilig Odhrain

Sited on the Medieval street of the Dead, Reilig Odhrain is the burial place of early Scottish kings.
Isle of Iona | Historic

Iona Abbey

Founded by St Columba, Iona Abbey is noted for its peaceful location, beautiful granite buildings , unique cloister carvings and Celtic crosses.
Isle of Iona | Historic

Hermit’s Cell

A secluded ring of stones in a sheltered glen rumoured to be where St Columba came to pray away from the monastic community.
Isle of Iona | Historic

Dun I and the Well of Eternal Youth

Dun I provides a panoramic view with St Columba’s Bay and Jura to the South and the Treshnish Isles, Rhum and Skye to the North.
Isle of Iona | Historic