See & Do
Everywhere you go on our islands, there are wonderful things to see and do.
If wildlife is your thing, then there are beasts in abundance, and if you like history, then we have castles, standing stones and an ancient abbey. Then there's the ever-changing land and seascapes - wild and beautiful at every turn.
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Ardalanish Beach is a long stretch of silver sand, fringed with machair and sand dunes and famed for its geology and views to Jura.
Brown & Whittaker Publishing
Books about the history, archaeology, wildlife and places to walk on Mull and Iona - take the experts with you as you explore the island.
MacKinnon’s Cave Walk
Surrounded in myth and mystery, Mackinnons Cave is said to be the deepest sea cave in the Hebrides, at over 500 feet.
Knockvologan Beach & Erraid
Acres of sand at low tide and access to the tidal island of Erraid make Knockvologan Beach a great choice for a day out exploring.
Port nan Crullach Walk
On the southern shores of Loch Spelve is Croggan, getting here can be an adventure in itself and a truly remote part of Mull.
Ben More from Dhiseig Walk
This is the easiest route up Mull's highest point and only munro. Ben More is a prominent feature of many views on the island.
Dun I Walk
Walk from the pier to the top of Iona’s highest hill Dun I and back, allowing time to take in the view from the summit.
On the very tip of the Ross of Mull, the village of Fionnphort has its own lovely Bay enclose with pink granite outcrops.
Sheltered swimming beach on Iona, framed by granite cliffs and loved by families for picnicking and summer fun and sand made from crushed shells.
Turus Mara Seabird and Wildlife Cruise-Tours
Wildlife and seabird cruise tours from Ulva Ferry, Mull and from Oban.
Sited on the Medieval street of the Dead, Reilig Odhrain is the burial place of early Scottish kings.
Built in the 13th century, Duart Castle is the seat of Clan MacLean and is located 3 miles from Craignure overlooking Duart Bay.
St Ronan’s & Martyrs’ Bay
The most accessible beaches on Iona for those with children or a short time to visit. Close to amenities but with great views.
The perfect place to while away an hour or so within the walls of the often sunny, sheltered and peaceful cloister.
Burg & Fossil Tree Walk
A tough walk that will reward you with stunning coastal scenery and the geological wonder that is the Fossil Tree.
Calgary Bay & Art in Nature Sculpture Trail
Follow the artwork trail on your way to one of Mull’s most popular beaches and stop for coffee and cake at the lovely art café.
Isle of Mull Wildlife Expeditions
See Eagles, Otters, Harriers, Porpoise and lots more with one of Scotland's top wildlife guides. Established over 30 years.