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Isle of Mull tourist and travel information

Isle of Mull Travel Information

Travel Information The Isles of Mull and Iona lie off the west coast of Scotland. Mull is one of the largest Hebridean islands with a population of just under 3000, and measures 50 miles from North to South. The main population centre is Tobermory.

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bus and coach travel

Coaches Isle of Mull - Travel by coach - If you'd like to speak to someone about your journey you can ring Traveline on 0871 200 22 33.

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Travel by train

Rail Oban Isle of Mull nearby station - Travel by train - Oban Station, Railway Pier, Oban, Argyll & Bute, PA34 4LW on the Glasgow - Oban route. Staffed for all trains, with unisex disabled toilet. Car park with some disabled spaces. A taxi rank. Public phone. Ferry link to Isle of Mull.

First ScotRail. Operates all domestic passenger services within Scotland, as well as the cross-border Caledonian Sleeper service to London. Tel: 08700 005151. www.firstscotrail.co.uk

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Ferries - ztown Isle of Mull - Ferries - Mull, the second largest of the Hebrides, is easily accessible with a regular service from Oban. Routes are from Oban - Craignure, Kilchoan - Tobermory, Lochaline - Fishnish.

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Sport

Sport Isle of Mull - Sport - Craignure Golf Club, Scallastle,, Craignure,, Isle of Mull,, PA5 6AP. About a mile from the Ferry Terminal at Craignure. Tel: 01688302517.

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Entertainment

Entertainment Isle of Mull - Entertainment and attractions - The Isle of Mull is best known as a holiday island, with superb walking, fishing and outdoor pursuits amid glorious scenery. There are 1,000 foot sea cliffs, white sand beaches and a huge mountain range with the highest mountain, Ben More, rising 3,000 feet from the clear blue sea.

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Other information Isle of Mull - Other information - There is abundant wildlife on land, in the surrounding seas and in the air, golden eagles and the very rare white tailed sea eagle live here, also otter, dolphins, whales and basking sharks are seen regularly around the island.

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