Visitor Attractions - Boat trips, Wildlife Trips etc






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Mull Pottery

makes high-fired, hand thrown ceramics in the picturesque village of Tobermory on the Isle of Mull with designs inspired by the West Coast of Scotland.
Established over 25 years ago, we have built an international reputation for quality ceramics, and now have expanded to include a Gallery and Café/Bistro.

 Mull Pottery, Tobermory,
Phone/Fax: +44 (0) 1688 302347,



Island Crafts
Main St Tobermory

Open 7 days 10.30am - 4.30pm

Wide Selection of Arts & Crafts from a selection of craft workers from on and around Mull.

Art gallery

Stickmaker corner

Tel: 01688 302185



Boats and banners an tobar on the isle of mull

An Tobar

An Tobar is the arts centre for the Scottish islands of Mull and Iona. We offer a full programme and faculties from March to December, including:

  • live music events
  • gallery exhibitions
  • Ceilidh evenings
  • cafe & shop
  • music and dance classes
  • stunning views over Tobermory bay

Everyone is welcome, and entry to the centre is free. 

Argyll Terrace, Tobermory
Isle of Mull PA75 6PB
Tel:: 01688 302211

carved pheast in walnut on hazel shank

John Marsh - Stickmaker

If you are on holiday on the Isle of Mull come and visit my shop in Tobermory, Baliscate House, Salen Road for a large selection of Red, Roe & Fallow Deer trophies. By appointment only please call

 A large selection of Walking sticks, crooks, trophy heads and  all kinds of stick making components as well as my  Chandeliers can be found at Island Crafts, Main St Tobermory

Baliscate House
Isle of Mull

Tel: 01688 302251

Tobermory Distillery at Ledaig

 +44 (0)1688 302645
Open Easter - Oct: 

Mull Museum

The Mull Museum
 is a small local museum packed with artefacts about the Isle of Mull from its geological beginnings to the present day. The Museum boasts an extensive collection of photographs, which can be searched on computer. There is a well stocked local history library and archives which are open to members and bona-fide researchers.

Columba Buildings
Isle of Mull
Argyll PA75 6NY

Tel. 01688 302493/020 Fax 01688 302455
Opening hours - Easter to Mid October:
Monday to Friday 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Saturday 10.00 am – 1.00 pm

 is situated on Main Street, next to the Mishnish Hotel overlooking Tobermory Bay.  We provide a full range of hairdressing and health & beauty treatments in a calming atmosphere.
Why not come and be pampered?
Unisex Hair and Beauty Salon
Main Street, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Tel: 01688 302234

Mull Theatre

Drama, comedy, dance, music, children’s shows, all year round.

We are situated a mile or so outside Tobermory, on the road to Salen.

Please call the Box Office on 01688 302828, or visit, to see what’s on.


Amazing - A cow with a map on

Isle of Mull Cheese

The home of "Isle of Mull Cheese" is a small family farm situated on the beautiful Isle of Mull, in the Inner Hebrides, off the West Coast of Scotland.

Sgriob-ruadh Farm Dairy,
Isle of Mull, Scotland.
Telephone 01688 302235

Standing Stones -Baliscate, Tobermory, Mull

Alignment NM499542*

How to find : One kilometre south of Tobermory on the A848 look for a rough road on the right at Baliscate. You may wish to walk up this road rather than drive it. The stones are visible in the field to the right after 400m. (Site also referred to as 'Tobermory'). 

Best time of year to visit : Any clear night or midday. 

Aros Park

The park is very well maintained by Forest Enterprise and has been developed as a recreational woodland. The company has gone to a lot of trouble to provide good parking, disabled access, clear, unobstructed paths, barbeque facilities and toilets.  All these are free of charge. 


The park is on the site of Aros House, and the Allan family developed the grounds during the period of 1874 to 1959.  The house was unfortunately demolished; however, the heritage of this magnificent woodland remains.  There still remain some buildings associated with the house, for example, the generator shed by the stream which gave power to the house.

Visitor attractions around the island

glemgorm castle on the isle of mull

Glengorm Castle

The walled garden below Glengorm Castle has been run as a market garden for the last 30 years, and is renowned locally and further a field for the quality and variety of its produce.  The garden supplies fresh vegetables to many of the hotels, restaurants and shops on Mull as well as the Glengorm Coffee Shop.

Discerning gardeners can choose from the wide range of shrubs and herbaceous plants on offer, which include unusual and collectible varieties.

Visitors are welcome to enjoy the gardens and lawns on their visit.

Druimard Country House, Dervaig

A beautifully restored Victorian Country House  on a sheltered hillside  with views over the Glen and River Bellart where it flows into Loch Cuin and out to sea 

Owners Graham & Sally Bruce- Richards are both professional  artists with their working studio at Druimard. 

Tel (+44)(0)1688 400345


Lip na Cloiche Garden & Nursery


Lip na Cloiche is a small, densely-planted garden open to the public, situated on the shore of Loch Tuath on the northwest coast of Mull with stunning views to Ulva and the Treshnish Islands.

The garden has featured in several publications, including the front cover of 'The English Garden' magazine.

A wide selection of plants is for sale, also cards and crafts made from driftwood and other beachcombed materials.

Free Admission

Tel No: (+44)(0)1688 500257


Otter on the isle of mull

Isle of Mull Wildlife Expeditions

Our daily wildlife expeditions have blazed the trail in wildlife watching for over twenty five years here and they are a must for any wildlife enthusiast visiting Scotland at any time of year.


David Woodhouse

Isle of Mull Wildlife Expeditions

Ulva Ferry, Isle of Mull

Argyll, Scotland


Tel/Fax: 01688 500121

White-tailed Eagle on the isle of mull

Sea eagles

Guided visits to a hide with views to the nest area of a sea eagle will be available from April to mid July.

The hide opens on Monday, 2nd April 2007. Bookings are essential (from 19th March) on 01688 302038 and to avoid disappointment should be made several days in advance.


Duart Castle

on the Isle of Mull in Scotland is the ancestral home of the Clan Maclean.

Discover the history of the Castle and the Macleans, learn more about other visitor attractions on Mull and Iona, and visit our online gift shop.

Tel / Fax: +44 1680 812 309

moy castle on the isle of mull
Moy Castle
© T Jones

Moy Castle

 The remains of Moy Castle can be found along the shore from Lochbuie.  It was the stronghold of the MacLaines of Lochbuie, descended from the Macleans of Duart.  The castle and the surrounding area is said to be haunted by the 'headless horseman' Ewen a'Chinn Bhig, son of the Chief of the MacLaines.  A battle between father and son led to Ewen's decapitation, his ghost - on horseback - is said to ride furiously around the castle!

aros castle on the isle of mull
Aros Castle
© T Jones


Aros Castle

The remains of Aros Castle, another of Mull's medieval castles, are located at Aros Mains, a couple of miles north of Salen.  It was a stronghold of the Lords of the Isles.


  Boat Trips

puffins on the isle of mull

Turus Mara    

Wildlife and Birdwatching trips Wildlife and Seabird Cruise-tours
Visit The Treshnish Isles, Staffa and Iona
See puffins, seals, Fingal's Cave and Iona Abbey

Penmore Mill, Dervaig, Isle of Mull, Scotland. PA75 6QS

Standard Rate: +44(0)1688 400297

whale watching on the isle of mull Sealife Surveys  Boat trips

Come with us and experience this unique world of rich seas, whales, dolphins, sharks,  puffins, seals, birds, gannets, castles, and so much more. All set amidst the wonderful scenery of the Inner Hebrides.
Sea Life Surveys
Isle of Mull
PA75 6NU
Telephone: 01688 302 916

Silver Swift
Why not charter Silver Swift to enjoy a scenic sea life trip? There is exceptional natural beauty on the West coast of Scotland.

01688 302 390

Lady Jayne

World renowned trips to see Mulls famous White Tailed Eagles. As seen on Springwatch, Discovery etc

We are the ideal charter boat with which to explore the west coast  we  visit the Treshnish Isles and Inch kenneth and offer fishing trips and wildlife watching as well.

Tel: 01680 300444

Sunset cruise

Solais Na Mara

With the whole day ahead of you there is the opportunity to venture further, along Loch Sunart or into Loch Drambuie, or maybe the nearby Hebridean Islands.

01688 302044

Gordon Grant Marine
Gordon Grant tours offer short trips & day trips to Staffa & the Treshnish Isles departing from Iona & Fionnphort with spectacular scenery and much wildlife to be seen.  

Tel. Iona (01681) 700338


Elizabeth G

 Elizabeth G has comfortable and modern accommodation for up to 12 guests, great food, an experienced skipper, and a friendly and knowledgeable crew. You can relax in a friendly and informal atmosphere and unwind while we look after you.

+44(0)1688 302495

boat charter on Iona and the Isle of Mull

Alternative Boat Hire Lovedale Cottage,

Isle of Iona, PA76 6SJ

Experience the joys of sail power – inshore trips under sail or power in a traditional wooden open boat exploring inlets and bays, watching sea birds and seals, fishing with a hand line. Can take up to 11 passengers with schedules trips (2 -3 hours) or hire the whole boat. Operates from mid April to late September.

Tel: 01681 700338



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