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Sited on the Medieval street of the Dead, Reilig Odhrain is the burial place of early Scottish kings.
The perfect place to while away an hour or so within the walls of the often sunny, sheltered and peaceful cloister.
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.
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.
Once one of the most important sites on Mull, Aros Castle is a ruined hall house near Salen.
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
Founded by St Columba, Iona Abbey is noted for its peaceful location, beautiful granite buildings , unique cloister carvings and Celtic crosses.
Built in the 13th century, Duart Castle is the seat of Clan MacLean and is located 3 miles from Craignure overlooking Duart Bay.