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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St Columba’s Bay
The most southern beach on Iona famed for the arrival of St Columba bring Christianity to Scotland and finding St Columbas Tears of polished serpentine.
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.
Ross of Mull Historical Centre
The Ross of Mull Historical Centre in Bunessan is a hub of information about the fascinating history of the peninsula, offering a warm welcome.
Sheltered swimming beach on Iona, framed by granite cliffs and loved by families for picnicking and summer fun and sand made from crushed shells.
A sandy bay with rocky outcrops, offshore islands and the “last look back” cairn, Uisken Beach is very picturesque and easily accessible by car.
Built in the 13th century, Duart Castle is the seat of Clan MacLean and is located 3 miles from Craignure overlooking Duart Bay.
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.
Ulva Ferry Pontoon
A warm welcome awaits at the Ulva Ferry Pontoon: the perfect base to explore the beautiful North-West Mull coast and outlying islands.
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.
A small museum crammed with information about the history of Mull and its people - crofting, the Spanish galleon, WW2 naval base, and more.
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.
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.
Ulva Shore and Woodland Walk
This varied circuit walk takes you along the shoreline, across the moorland and through the woodlands of the Isle of Ulva.
Once one of the most important sites on Mull, Aros Castle is a ruined hall house near Salen.
Visit like a local with our guides for discovering our beautiful islands.
Created hand in hand with our local community, our guides offer great inspiration for discovering the best of what Mull & Iona has to offer.