Visit the largest of the islands of Argyll, which boasts nearly 500 km (roughly 300 miles) of beautiful coastline and the rugged 966 meter (3,169 ft) mountain, Ben More.
Mull is the largest of the islands of the Argyll region, boasting nearly 300 miles (roughly 500 km) of beautiful coastline and the rugged 3,169-foot (966 m) mountain Ben More. The isle’s stunning scenery extends to its main settlement, Tobermory, with its vibrant colours, charming waterfront and yacht-lined natural harbour.
Along with its natural treasures, the isle also has a rich history, visible in such sites as the Bronze Age stone circle at Loch Buie, various Iron Age remains and the medieval Duart Castle, the historical seat of Clan MacLean. Bird and whale watchers are also in luck here, as guided wildlife tours might result in sightings of rare sea eagles, puffins and various marine mammals.View Argyll & Isle of Mull