Mull is a place to get away from it all; a place to explore, or to pause for thought. It's a place for eagle spotters and otter watchers, for weekend recoveries and rock-pool discoveries. We've got hills and beaches, castles, cottages and inns, places for eating and places to swim.
Across the turquoise sea, there's a place of peace – Iona welcomes your weary feet. Discover the history of this spiritual land, or just spend some time with your toes in the sand.
Whether you're wanderer, hiker or mountain biker, you'll always find something new; Mull has a place for everyone, and Iona has a place for you.
Mull and Iona offer accommodation to suit all pockets. There are hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts for those who want serviced accommodation. For family holidays and longer stays there are many self-catering properties of all sizes, and campsites. Wild camping is also permitted in some areas.
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Knock Bridge is on the B8035 between Salen in the east of Mull and Knock, on Loch na Keal. It is urgently in need of repairs, and as such, work is scheduled to start on Tuesday 18th April, with repairs expected to last until late June. During this time, to safely allow the repairs to be carried out, the bridge will be closed to traffic and other routes should be sought.
Tuesday 18th April at 09:00 - Knock Bridge will be closed to traffic until completion of repairs. *Pedestrian info below.
Tuesday 18th April until late May – repairs carried out to the bridge’s masonry. The council will endeavour to open the bridge between phases of work if safe to do so. If open, there will be either a 3t or 7.5t restriction. As work progresses, the council will updated their information page to reflect any anticipated openings to traffic. click here for more information
Late May until late -June – Work by specialist contractor and re-surfacing work.
End of June – Knock Bridge reopened to traffic at previous 33t capacity.