Mull, Scotland

Mull is the fourth largest island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It is in the Argyll and Bute Council Area. Mull is a popular destination for tourists, and many people from Central Scotland have holiday homes here.

Mull is a ruggedly beautiful place. Accessible by ferry from Oban, Lochaline, or Kilchoan, there is plenty for visitors to see and do. Mull boasts attractive villages and mountains, and there are castles to visit for those wanting a more relaxing time.

The largest settlement on Mull is Tobermory, originally founded as a fishing station. It lies on the east coast towards the northern end of the island. It is a favourite tourist spot with its many coloured buildings.

Things to See and Do

* Isle of Mull Railway
* Tobermory
* Torosay Castle
* Duart Castle
* Beach at Calgary

General information

Cruise Season – March - Nov
Currency – Pound Sterling (£)
Language – English
Land Area – 875 sq km’s
Population – 2000
Electricity – 2 vertical square pins and one perpendicular below British style
Time – GMT plus zero hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 44

Port Location – The closest ferry ports are located at Oban, Lochaline and Kilchoan.

Transport Links – 3 ferries connecting Mull with the mainland, and one to Iona. Local buses are operated by Bowmans, who also run tours. Buses to Tobermory and also to Iona connect with many of the ferries at Craignure. The Isle Of Mull Railway runs just over a 3 km’s from Craignure to Torosay, and is a tourist attraction, not a useful part of the transport system.

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