Short Breaks and tours in Mull and Iona, Scotland
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Mull & Skye Tour

Our trips round Mull with its immense variety of things to see will leave you with a memory that will never be forgotten. The diversity of visual splendor takes you from 1000ft sea cliffs to the powdery white sandy beaches. On the way you might even catch a glimpse of Dolphins or the rare Sea Eagle.

Sadly as we are not based in Mull we will require 5 days notice prior to your trip in order to arrange the necessary logistics. We are endeavouring to have a more permanent tour schedule on Mull in 2008.

Trip 1

Duration: 4 hours
Distance: 60 - miles approx
Cost Per Person: £250 pp (Based on two people)
Collection & Drop Point: Craignuir
Route: Craignure, Lochdon, Bunessan, Fionnphort & Jetty,
Return Craignure (Trips across to Iona would be at your own arrangement)


Duration: 4 hours 30 mins
Distance: 90 miles approx
Cost Per Person: £250 pp (Based on two people)
Collection & Drop Point: Kyle of Lochalsh,
Route: Kyle of Lochalsh, Portree, Blackhill, Dunvegan Return

Isle of Arran

Duration: 3 hours 30 mins
Distance: 55miles approx
Cost Per Person: £250 pp (Based on two people)
Collection & Drop Point: Brodick on Arran
Route: Brodick, Lamalsh, Kilmoray, Blackwaterfoot, Lochranza, Sannox Bay & Return

Things to see in Mull and Iona

Mull is a much larger island than people realise and it would take a full day to go right round the island. It has spectacular scenery and wildlife, sea eagles, otters, divers, dolphins and whales. There is loads to do walking, hill climbing or visit one of the many sandy beaches. Places to see in Mull and Iona  would include Calgary, Dervaig, Tobermory, Ulva and Iona Abbey. Tobermory is very picturesque with it’s quaint harbour and brightly coloured houses. It is where the Childrens television programme Balamory was filmed. What else is there to do on Mull and Iona? Why not visit Staffa and Fingals cave. There is Torosay castle or Duart castle. Duart castle sits on a crag at the end of the peninsular which juts out into the Sound of Mull which has a view of the neighbouring castles of Dunstaffnage.Dunollie, Aros, Ardtornish and Mingary  are part of a chain of castles. Duart castle on the isle of Mull is the ancestral home of the Clan Maclean.

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