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Ranked #1 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #2 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Mull Eagle Watch offers ranger-led visits to view Britain's largest and most impressive bird of prey, the white-tailed eagle.... more » Owner description: Mull Eagle Watch offers ranger-led visits to view Britain's largest and most impressive bird of prey, the white-tailed eagle. There's also a really good chance of seeing other wildlife including golden eagles. « less
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Ranked #3 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Gardens
Owner description: Lip na Cloiche is a small, densely-planted garden on the Isle of Mull, open to the public. Lip na Cloiche garden is situated... more » Owner description: Lip na Cloiche is a small, densely-planted garden on the Isle of Mull, open to the public. Lip na Cloiche garden is situated close to the shoreline of the Isle of Mull, and has stunning views of Loch Tuath and the Isle of Ulva. It is well worth seeing, especially if you are interested in finding out which plants are likely to thrive in the mild local climate. A wide range of such plants is available for sale throughout the year, as well as fresh eggs and many craft items made from locally "found" materials.There is no admission charge. « less
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Ranked #4 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #5 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Aros Park (Tobermory)
Ranked #6 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #7 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers
Owner description: The centre opened in August 2012. It contains various items of interest and interaction of the activities and life, in, on... more » Owner description: The centre opened in August 2012. It contains various items of interest and interaction of the activities and life, in, on and around Tobermory Bay and the Sound of Mull. Come and see our salt water tank, touch pools, quizzes, interactive games and the cinema room! Learn about the local history, coastguard, RNLI, fishing, fish-farming, navigation, local wrecks, safety at sea and much, much more! We’re open all year round! « less
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Ranked #8 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Castles
Owner description: The ancient Clan Castle, proudly guards the sea cliffs of the Isle of Mull. Brought back from ruin in 1911, Duart Castle... more » Owner description: The ancient Clan Castle, proudly guards the sea cliffs of the Isle of Mull. Brought back from ruin in 1911, Duart Castle treasures 800 years of history of one of Scotland's oldest Clans, The Maclean's and it one of the last surviving, privately owned Clan Castles in Scotland. Visit us today and explore the turbulent past of the Clan, the battles and the love stories. Learn more about the Maclean's today and the family who are direct decendents. Enjoy the ancient Keep, ghostly Dungeons, magnificent Banqueting Hall, quaint Edwardian State Rooms and breathtaking views from the Battlements. Duart Castle was featured in a number of Hollywood films such as Sean Connery's, Entrapment (1999), "When Eight Bells Toll" (1971) with Antony Hopkins and "I know where I'm going" (1945). The Castle is open from April through to October every year and hosts a number of Weddings and Events throughout the summer months such as Outdoor Theatre, Military Re-enactments, Music, Storytelling, Birds of Prey and Scottish Pipers and Highland Dancers. Travel to Mull via the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry from Lochaline to Fishnish or from Oban to Craignure. Duart Castle is a 10 minute drive from Craignure or 3 miles by car. The Duart Coach meets the Oban ferry daily throughout the summer. Castle opens 1st April (Sun-Thurs ) & daily from 1st May to 18th Oct. « less
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Ranked #9 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #10 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Mountains
Scenic mountain popular with hikers for the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside seen from its peak.
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Ranked #11 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #12 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Biking Trails
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Ranked #13 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #14 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Islands; Historic Walking Areas

On the 30th and 31st December 1865, during a fierce storm, 24 ships were wrecked in the area bounded by the islands of Tiree, Iona, Colonsay and Islay .  The event finally... more »

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Ranked #15 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #16 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Other

Just beyond Tiroran House is the NTS car park which marks the start of this spectacular shore walk which in itself offers spectacular views across Loch Scridain and the Ross of... more »

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Ranked #17 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Theaters

Mull Theatre based at Druimfin, just outside Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, is one of Scotland’s busiest touring theatre companies. The shows can be seen throughout Scotland, from... more »

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Ranked #18 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Geologic Formations

The walk to Carsaig Arches would be straightforward if it were not for all the stones and rocks to trip and fall on ... every year 1-2 people have to be rescued from this walk by... more »

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Ranked #19 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #20 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Ancient Ruins

Shiaba was a crofting township on the Ross of Mull.  Prior to 1847, the Shiaba Township was home to some 130 people and their forefathers until the then Duke of Argyll (the... more »

Ranked #21 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
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Ranked #22 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Owner description: We are a community run indoor play area at the rear of the Aros Hall called Rainydays. We are open all year for Locals... more » Owner description: We are a community run indoor play area at the rear of the Aros Hall called Rainydays. We are open all year for Locals and Visitors with extended opening times in the holidays. Healthy snacks and drinks for children with teas and coffee and home baking are available from the cafe. « less
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Moy Castle (Craignure)
Ranked #23 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Ancient Ruins; Castles
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Ranked #24 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: The Tireragan Estate is a Highland Renewal/Regeneration Project run by 'Highland Renewal'. Highland Renewal is Scottish... more » Owner description: The Tireragan Estate is a Highland Renewal/Regeneration Project run by 'Highland Renewal'. Highland Renewal is Scottish Charity 1233456.Highland Renewal Registered Office: Bendoran Cottage, Bunessan, Isle of Mull, PA67 6DU.Website: http://highlandrenewal.org/Email: info@highlandrenewal.org « less
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Ranked #25 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Geologic Formations

Walk Description: A short coastal walk below and above basalt cliffs with interesting geology and magnificent views on clear days. Ground is likely to be wet and spongy, so good... more »

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Ranked #26 of 26 attractions in Isle of Mull
Category: Gardens
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