Tobermory, Isle of Mull

Isle of Mull – Scotland

The idea of a perfect getaway comes when the urge to get out of the normal life tends to touch the extreme point, and it doesn’t matter if it’s pointing North or South. We’ve heard about vacationing in the best resorts, best beaches, best tropical islands and best cities etc, and at a certain point in time, it’s obvious we get bored and try to seek something new and raw. That’s when travel gets interesting.

The Isle of Mull is at Eastern Atlantic off the West Coast of Scotland. It spreads around 338 sq. miles and has a population of 2667. Wouldn’t that be great? The Isle of Mull is all for you. The seaside cliffs are just great with broken mountain ridges and moorland peninsulas. It’s just one of these postcard pictures of Scotland that perfectly sits here to describe the location.

Duart Castle, Isle of Mull

The Isle of Mull is full of wildlife and picturesque scenery. Interesting is the fact that Mull’s the prime location for whale sightings in Scotland as well as white-tailed kite, United Kingdom’s biggest kite of prey. You could also hike along the glen and coastal trails or perhaps the more daunting peaks with classy views of islands Staffa and Iona.

Wilderness Scotland indulges in stay & hike packages with Tiroran Hotel. This includes dinner and breakfast for a bit lesser than $200 per head each night. The Tobermory port is very colorful where you could munch in some chips and fish or perhaps Prince Charles’ favorite fresh scallops all at Fisherman’s Pier Fish & Chip Van. You could also visit the Tobermory’s whisky distillery.

Tobermory, Isle of Mull