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2 days ago

It’s thought that the Mull and Iona have been occupied for at least 10,000 years and, if you know where to look, you can still find the remains of the islands’ past residents, from Mesolithic hunter-gatherers to early Viking settlers and beyond.

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1 month ago

The picture-perfect colourful harbour of Tobermory is a sight that visitors travel from near and far to see. It’s a sight that people will now also be able to enjoy from the comfort of their homes as VisitScotland launches its Sketching Scotland series.

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2 months ago

Many of our tourism businesses on Mull and Iona are meeting the challenge of opening safely to protect the community while ensuring visitors who are desperate for a holiday have a positive experience. We have spotlighted five businesses and the measures they have taken to ensure that residents are safe and visitors have a great stay. They include visitor attraction, Ardalanish Weavers, Ross of Mull; Tobermory Campsite, Mull; Glengorm Castle, Mull; and the Argyll Hotel and Staffa Trips, both Iona.

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3 months ago

With the changes brought about by recent events, we thought visitors to the island this year might be interested in some of the wonderful produce available on the island, which in many cases can be delivered to your door this year, or picked up from a collection point, minimising contact with others.

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5 months ago

Local Mull artists recently raised £500 for the island's Community Covid-19 Emergency Fund. Ronnie Leckie and Aska Marzec-Leckie from The Picture Gallery in Tobermory on Main Street donated an original Isle of Mull painting titled “Sunbeams Loch na Keal” and two prints of the painting from a limited edition of 75 to the island's Covid-19 emergency fund.

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6 months ago

During the COVID-19 epidemic, the people of Mull and Iona have rallied together to help one another on a spectacular level.  Like the rest of the UK, the islands’ residents must stay at home, which is uniquely challenging compared to the mainland.  At present, due to the COVID-19 precautions, the ferries can only be accessed for essential services by locals as all non-essential travel is not permitted.

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9 months ago

In this guest blog, local theatre and filmmaker Alasdair Satchel gives us insight into why he thinks Fanmore, in North West Mull, is the most beautiful place on the Isle of Mull.

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11 months ago

Read the second part of Eilidh Cameron's guest blog post about her recent trip to the Isle of Mull. Part two includes a visit Ardalanish Weavers, a trip to Eas Fors waterfall and Calgary Bay and an overnight stay at Glengorm Castle.

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1 year ago

The Mull Rally is back after a three-year hiatus, celebrating 50 years since the first rally took place on the island. The UK’s only closed-road rally takes place on the weekend of 11th – 13th October, with 150 cars racing around single track roads, which although very scenic and dramatic are very demanding of driving skills.

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1 year ago

Read Eilidh Cameron's guest blog post about her recent trip to the Isle of Mull. Part one covers Eilidh's wildlife tour with Bryan from Wild About Mull, a trip to the secluded Traigh Bhan na Sgurra, dinner at the Keel Row and her stay at Achaban House in Fionnphort.

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