The tiny islands of Iona and Staffa
lie to the West of the island of Mull in the Inner Hebrides.
Both are accessed only by tender. Iona is a Christian
community settled around the lovely remote Iona
Abbey that dates back to the 6th Century.
The village here is a quaint little place to gently
is a delight for natural historians, in particular Fingal’s
Cave – ideal for the more intrepid! The parent
island of Mull
can be reached by tender or ferry from Iona.
Some other tour options include:
Reached by ferry over to the
mainland and then coach – this is a splendid
example of coastal defence. Perhaps most easily
recognised from the set of the Hollywood film
Again, on the Isle of Mull; a
charming family-owned Castle with particularly
A full day tour that can take
in either Duart or Torosay castles before continuing
up the East coast of Mull to it’s main town
, Tobermory; a busy and colourful fishing port.