Mull and Iona
Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides. Perhaps best known for the colourful harbour of Tobermory at the northern end of the island, Mull has become very popular as a holiday destination, most particularly among wildlife enthusiasts.
In this volume you will find the best walking routes on Mull and the neighbouring islands of Iona and Ulva, both easily reached by short ferry journeys. Mull includes some of the wildest coastal scenery in the country as well as many grand mountains, pretty villages and stunning sandy beaches.
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Mull and Iona
Mull and Iona are both easily reached by short ferry journeys. Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides, its moorland peninsulas radiating out from a rugged heart of mountains and fringed by impressive coastal cliffs. The irregular shape of Mull covers over 800 sq km with its convoluted coastline stretching for nearly 500km, but all this vast space is home to less than 3000 people. This gives a clue to the wild nature of the island, with a feeling of vastness and space that is greatly enhanced by the narrow, twisting island roads. It is perhaps no surprise that the island has become famed for its wildlife, with sea eagles soaring over all that magnificent terrain, roamed by red deer, and with otters, dolphins and seals frequently seen from the shore.