Mull is the second largest of the Hebrides, allowing escape from hectic modern life with a wide range of attractions for all ages, including:
Wildlife: popular with birdwatchers and wildlife lovers due to the abundance of birds and animals, including the rare white-tailed sea-eagle.
Beaches: 300 miles of coastline boasting beautiful beaches and bays.
Walking:something for all ages with less-challenging coastal, forestry & waterfall walks to hills & mountain walks (including climbing Ben More, a Munro of >3,000 feet).
Cycling: road or mountain biking routes to suit all ages and abilities
Historic Attractions: six castles in scenic locations, mausoleums, stone circles.
Geology: Varied geology, boasting some of the Earth’s oldest rocks.
Other: Golf, swimming pool, pony trekking, Fly & Sea Fishing and Kayaking.
Tobermory: Mulls capital with a number of shops, restaurant's and pubs.