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The Isle of Mull (or just 'Mull') is the second largest of the inner Hebrides with a land area of 353 square miles (875 sq. km). The population is about 2,800. The 'capital' is the village of Tobermory, at the North end. Mull is home to the only Munro (hill over 3000 feet) that requires a ferry crossing. Come over to Mull for unspoiled landscapes, pristine beaches and a wildlife extravaganza.
Come over to Mull for the culture, the coloured houses of Tobermory, the history and the geology. There's more to see and do on Mull...And plentiful accommodation: Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, Self-catering cottages, campsites and hostels.
The latest BBC programme about Mull and other Hebridean islands starts on BBC1, Monday 6th May at 9pm. As always, Mull features strongly in this new four part series about wildlife and the struggle to survive. Don't miss it.
In 2012 the Mull Eagle hide moved to a new and exciting location in Glen Seilisdeir. After a very succesful season, both for visitors and eagles, the hide received the VisitScotland Wildlife Attraction Five Star Grading, one of only two such ratings in Scotland. The hide re-opened for 2013 on 25th March. Booking is essential. Further details may be obtained from the Visitor Information Centre, Craignure 01680 812556. Find out more
This year's first visitors (pictured outside the hide's visitor centre, above) came as a result of seeing the Ray Mears programme earlier this year (see below)
Join us on Mull & Iona in 2013 as we celebrate the Year of Natural Scotland showcasing the most dramatic island wildlife, the best local food & drink and spectacular land and seascapes.
Holiday Mull is supporting several local projects invoking the spirit of the Year of Natural Scotland.
The first project is an exhibition of landscape photographs by Sam Jones, opening on 2nd May at An Tobar, Tobermory.
Other projects include an enhanced series of guided walks by the Ranger service, and signage at places of interest. Further details will be released as the projects come on stream.
Calmac are continuing to extend their '5-day returns' on the Oban-Craignure route for up to nine days. This means you can now stay on the island for eight nights at a 15% discount off the normal price of a return. Note that this only applies to off-peak sailings on the Oban-Craignure route. Full fare sailing are on certain Saturday and midday sailings at peak holiday times. Click here for the full list. See also...
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Holiday Mull and Iona are committed to our guests, our community and to the world-class landscape that surrounds us. We offer you a place to breathe out and relax. A place to refresh yourself. If you are returning to your loved and familiar places, or are arriving on the Isle of Mull for the first time, our door will be open.
I can honestly say I haven't seen so much wildlife, in such a short space of time - ever!
Now is a really brilliant time to go up there and watch wildlife. There are three reasons for that. One is the midges aren't there! The second is there are fewer people so it's much easier to get around. And the third thing is that the days are much shorter and the animals have to pack in their lives into a much shorter space of time. So they're more obvious. They're feeding, they're playing.
SPRINGWATCH returns to BBC in May
We look forward to seeing you on the Isle of Mull soon,
Mull & Iona's wildlife is amazing! Whether you're here or getting here via the Argyll mainland, Morvern or Ardnamurchan, watch this RSPB film "Taking Flight" to get a flavour of what awaits you in the natural world of Mull and Iona.
And See this short film Watching sea eagles on the isle of Mull
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