The colourful harbour town of Tobermory
The Sound of Mull
Tobermory Chocolate Shop
The ferry from Oban
Views from Mull
Highland cow on Mull
Explore two beautiful islands and their wildlife in one short trip, and view Fingal's Cave.
Enjoy the delights of Mull and the thrill of a memorable wildlife experience.
Explore these islands - each with their own distinct charm. Which one will you prefer?
The ultimate wildlife week, in search of minke whales, basking sharks, otters, golden & white-tailed eagles, and more.
Separated by a narrow strip of water, explore these two captivating islands.
Our most popular wildlife holiday, combining whale-watching , eagles & otters - all in the company of expert local guides.
Explore four very different Scottish islands, from Arran to Skye, via Islay and Mull on this nine day holiday.
Mull & Iona Top Tips:
- Tobermory - Mull's colourful main town with its painted houses
- Perfect white sandy beaches - The romantically named Bay at the Back of the Ocean, Ardalanish & Calgary Bay are highlights
- Iona Abbey - the 'seat of Christianity' within Scotland inspires spiritual tranquility within one of Scotland's most outstanding natural landscapes
- Wildlife adventure - whales, dolphins, eagles, otters, buzzards...just a few of the species you could spot
Things to see & do on Mull & Iona
A sheer paradise for lovers of Scotland's natural heritage, Mull is an island gem, with an enviable diversity of wildlife thriving everywhere from dense woodland glens to the grassy slopes of Ben More.
Its many miles of coastline boast fantastic sandy beaches - particularly at Calgary and Ardalanish - whilst off-shore is one of Europe's prime habitats for whales and dolphins: Take a boat trip and spot minke whales, bottlenose dolphins, and maybe seals and harbour porpoise.
Meanwhile, lively Tobermory - known to millions of children as Balamory - has a bustling vitality and is a great place for a weekend break. Brightly painted houses provide a colourful backdrop to the picture-postcard harbour and the 'craic' in waterfront bars rivals anything on the mainland.
A world away from all this, but in reality just a short ferry ride across the sound, Iona is a tiny island and a deeply spiritual place which has drawn travellers to its enigmatic shores for more than a thousand years. The brilliant blue-green waters and clear light here have inspired poets, painters and pilgrims for centuries.
Travel to and around Mull & Iona
There are regular ferries daily to Mull from Oban-Craignure (approx every 2 hours) & Lochaline-Fishnish (approx every hour) routes. To travel from Mull to Iona, there are regular ferries from Fionnphort - for foot passengers only.