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  • 5 Best Attractions for Couples on the Isle of Mull

    5 Best Attractions for Couples on the Isle of Mull

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    The second-largest island in the Inner Hebrides – the Isle of Mull – is one of Scotland’s most popular tourist destinations thanks to its wide range of attractions that include dramatic mountains, lush forests, historic buildings, golden beaches and stunning coastlines. Discover the top attractions for couples on the Isle of Mull with this guide which features a selection of visitor favourites alongside immersive 360° photos.

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  • Ben More

    Ben More

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    With a peak of 966 metres (3,169 feet), Ben More is the highest mountain on the Isle of Mull. The mountain is located on the shores of Loch na Keal and Loch Beg where it offers spectacular views from two very different approaches on the north and south sides. Discover everything you need to know about Ben More with this complete visitor guide.

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  • Carsaig Arches

    Carsaig Arches

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    The Carsaig Arches are located on the south side of the Isle of Mull. From Carsaig Pier it takes around 6 hours to walk the 8-mile return route which is very difficult due to the boulder-strewn coastline that has no obvious path. Walking the coastline is worth every bit of the effort involved though, not only for the scenic views of Islay and Jura but also for the wildlife that can be seen in this remote part of the island.

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  • Duart Castle

    Duart Castle

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    For 700 years Duart Castle has dominated the Sound of Mull on the Isle of Mull, where its mighty curtain walls have defended the seat of Clan Maclean. The castle is located on a peninsula on the southeast of the island where it welcomes visitors with facilities including knowledgeable tour guides, nature walks, a café, and a gift shop.

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  • Iona Abbey

    Iona Abbey

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    Iona Abbey – located on the Isle of Iona on the far south-west corner of Mull – was founded by St. Columba in AD 563. The abbey is one of Europe’s oldest sites of worship and was an important burial site for Scottish royalty after the Scottish Reformation. Today, Iona is a popular tourist destination that is accessible via ferry from the village of Fionnphort on Mull.

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  • Isle of Mull

    Isle of Mull

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    The Isle of Mull is the second-largest island in the Inner Hebrides and features famous attractions including Tobermory village, Ben More, and Iona Abbey. The island is a popular alternative to Skye as it offers almost as many attractions but is less busy and is easier to get to from Oban. Discover this stunning west coast island with this guide, which features information about the top attractions as well as immersive 360° photos.

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  • Quinish Point

    Quinish Point

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    The walk to Quinish Point on the Isle of Mull starts at the village of Dervaig on the northern tip of the island and passes through woodland, rolling fields, and a dramatic coastline. Discover this beautiful part of Mull in this complete guide, which includes an overview and a 360° virtual tour.

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