Below is a list of Relevant Websites for the Isle of Mull Attractions, RS-Isle of Mull Attractions. The Island is popular for Castles, Beach, Mountains, Walking, Whisky Distiller, Boat Trips and more.
You can print off this list so you do not miss any attractions when visiting. The postcodes can be used with Mobile Phones and Car Sat Nav. Road Map .
Mull Attractions Southeast Side
Torosay Castle Gardens - under 1 mile south of Craignure open to the public certain days? Signs at the entrance will state if it is open.
Mull Eagle Watch - based at Craignure Golf Club.
Southwest, Iona & Fingals Cave
Isle of Iona and Abbey - a 5 minute ferry trip from Fionnphort with Iona Abbey a 1 mile walk from the ferry terminal. Island has a diner, museum, shops, beaches, and walking routes.
Staffa Trips - for boat trips to the Isle of Staffa with Fingals Cave.
Staffa Tours - for boat trips to the Isle of Staffa with Fingals Cave.
Scenic Coastal Road - starts 16 miles southwest of Craignure on the road to Fionnphort, then take the road north to Gruline. Passes mountains and cliffs with birds of prey.
Macquarie Mausoleum - PA71 6HS - on the west side of Mull 6 miles north of the Ben More car park for the grave of Lachlan Macquarie and his family, who helped establish much of New South Wales in Australia. There is about a 1 mile walk from the car park to the Mausoleum.
Central & Northeast Mull
Staffa Tours - Boat Trips from Tobermory to the Isle of Staffa, Fingal’s Cave, and the Treshnish Isles.
North & West Coast
Tarus Mara - boat trips from the Ulva Slip to Fingals Cave and the Treshnish Isles.