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Walking the beach of Fionnphort

Fionnphort is one of those perfect Scottish spots for a relaxing holiday. Its beaches and the surrounding nature invite for long walks, and traffic ebbs once the day tourists are gone.

Loch Scridain

In the late afternoon, the sun came out! Immediately, the amazing beauty of the Isle of Mull started to show up. Like in this photo of the Loch Scridain. Simply breathtaking.

Salen Isle of Mull

These two shipwrecks decorate the shore along the A848 close to Salen, contrasting well with the dark clouds over Morvern and the Sound of Mull.


Tobermory at its best - colourful houses illuminated by the sunlight of the late afternoon, gathered around a tiny harbour. A peaceful scenery, far away from the hectic of the big cities (even Glasgow is quite far away from here). In short, visiting Tobermory is a must and a definite highlight of your trip!

Fishermen's Pier Tobermory

Long queues form every evening in front of the local Fish & Chips Van, called "Fishermen's Pier". Apparently, they even have been mentioned in the Guide Michelin for their fresh fish. It must be true, if the people keep coming back.

Sound of Mull Tobermory

View from Tobermory across the Sound of Mull and Calve Island.

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