See & Do

If wildlife is your thing, there are beasts in abundance. If you like history, we have castles, standing stones and an ancient abbey. Then there's the ever-changing land and seascapes - wild and beautiful at every turn.

There are amazing things to do on the Isle of Mull and the Isle of Iona. You could spend the day at the pristine Calgary beach, browse the varied and colourful shops in Tobermory, or perhaps take a boat tour of the Treshnish Isles and go wildlife-watching – Mull and Iona are full of walks, tours, art and landmarks aplenty.

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Staffa Trips

Whether you're interested in geology or seabirds, or if you just fancy being out on the water, we look forward to welcoming you aboard.
Isle of Iona | Outdoor & Adventure

Iona Heritage Centre

Just the place to discover more about the history and culture of Iona, or to explore the geology, flora and fauna of this Island.
Isle of Iona | Museums & Exhibitions

North End Beach Walk

Walking to the North End of Iona is worth the visit, experience the expansive views, white sands and aquamarine waters that inspired the Scottish Colourists.
Isle of Iona | Walks

White Strand of the Monks & North End Beaches

Iona’s northern beaches inspired the Scottish Colourists with their pure white sands, aquamarine seas and stunning vistas of Mull, the Treshnish Isles and beyond.
Isle of Iona | Beaches

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.
Isle of Iona | Beaches

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

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 activities and things to do on Mull and Iona.