You'll always receive a welcome to remember, as the colourful cafes, houses and shops that line Tobermory's picturesque harbour salute your arrival. Located on the craggy Scottish Inner Hebrides, Tobermory serves as the capital of the Isle of Mull. There's a high chance you'll recognise the town’s colourfully-daubed buildings, as their charming exteriors have featured in countless TV shows - most notably in the children’s favourite, Balamory. View more
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Discover the birthplace of Christianity in Scotland during this wonderful, full-day excursion to the historic island of Iona.
Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Craignure and Fionnphort
Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately 2.25-hour drive to Fionnphort. En route, pass through the lovely scenery of the Isle of Mull to the small ferry port of Craignure, then continue across the south end and south-west corner of Mull before reaching the hamlet of Fionnphort.
Ferry-Ride and Iona Island, Abbey and Monastic Buildings
Upon arrival in Fionnphort, embark a ferry for the short ride to the idyllic island of Iona, one of the most important religious centres in Western Europe. Iona is steeped in Christian history, and regarded as the birthplace of Christianity in Scotland with the arrival of St. Columba in 563 A.D. and founding of the Iona Abbey. Over a century ago, the Abbey and monastic buildings were restored and, in 1938, the Iona Community was founded to continue the tradition of worship in the Abbey through daily services and teaching. To this day, Iona remains a place of pilgrimage and spirituality.
Iona Abbey Tour, Medieval Stones and Crosses, Lunch and Free Time in Iona Village
Upon arrival at the Iona Abbey, take a guided walking tour. Along the way, see the cloisters, graveyard (burial site of numerous early Scottish, Irish and French kings) as well as an impressive collection of over 180 medieval carved stones and crosses. Following your guided tour and a boxed lunch, ample free time is made available to soak up the atmosphere of the Abbey, and explore the village's lovely little shops and cafes. At the conclusion of your visit, embark the ferry for the short ride back to Fionnphort, then re-board your coach and commence the approximately 2.5-hour drive back to the pier via Mull.
Please note: This tour involves an extensive amount of driving for approximately five hours and a moderate amount of walking for approximately 765 yards (about 700 metres), at times over uneven surfaces and inclines, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach and at the Iona Abbey. Walking in Iona Village is at the discretion of each guest. This tour is not suitable for guests prone to motion sickness, guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, layered clothing with flat, closed-toe walking shoes, and bring sun protection and a weatherproof jacket from the ship. Photography is not permitted inside the Abbey whilst services are being conducted.
Embrace the scenic splendour of Scotland's most iconic countryside during this panoramic sightseeing excursion to the ruggedly beautiful west coast of Mull.
Tobermory, Dervaig Village, Loch Chumhainn, Country Roads, and Land and Seascapes
Depart the pier for the short drive to Dervaig, a charming village adjacent to Loch Chumhainn. En route, proceed along winding country lanes, and marvel at the contrasting land and seascapes. Upon arrival at Dervaig, stop at an elevated viewpoint for breath-taking panoramic vistas over the village, its church with a unique conical church spire, and highland architecture ranging from squat cottages to corrugated iron shacks.
Coastal Drive, Hamlets, White-Sand Beaches, and the Isles of Coll and Tiree
Next, re-board your coach and drive along the picturesque coast. Pass by the attractive hamlets and white-sand beaches that served as a film setting for the U.K. television programmes, Coast and Springwatch. In the distance, see the isles of Coll and Tiree.
Calgary Beach and Bay, White-Sand Beach, Woodland Trail, and Achnacraig
Continue on to Calgary Beach, which features haunting settlement ruins, Iron Age forts and the amazing, shell-filled, white-sand beach of Calgary Bay, one of the most photographed locales on the Isle of Mull. A stop is made here for splendid views of your surrounds, and some free time to stroll the beach or explore the nearby woodland trail. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the short drive back to the pier via Achnacraig.
Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking for approximately 219 yards (about 200 metres), with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach. Walking at Calgary Beach is at the discretion of each guest. This tour is suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, layered clothing with flat, closed-toe walking shoes, and bring sun protection and a weatherproof jacket from the ship.
Explore the historical legacy of the Clan Maclean during this picturesque, half-day excursion to Mull's magnificent Duart Castle.
Tobermory, Coastal Drive and Duart Castle
Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately one-hour drive along the beautiful coastline en route to Mull, and a visit to the magnificent Duart Castle. Perched proudly on a clifftop guarding the Sound of Mull, Duart Castle enjoys one of the most spectacular positions on the west coast of Scotland. In 1911, Sir Fitzroy Maclean repurchased and restored the castle, which is now occupied by Sir Lachlan Maclean, 28th chief of the Clan Maclean. Subject to availability, Sir Lachlan Maclean welcomes you to his fabulous, 400-year-old castle and home, which is the clan seat.
Castle Tour, Ancient Keep, Dungeons, Historical Exhibits, Tea Room, and Refreshments
Enjoy a tour of the castle at your leisure with your guide on hand to answer any questions. During your tour, stroll through the ancient keep, visit the dungeons, and explore numerous historical exhibits and displays depicting the clan's history through the ages. Following your tour, proceed to the castle's Tea Room for coffee or tea served with Scottish shortbread or cake. At the conclusion of your visit, re-board your coach and commence the approximately one-hour drive back to the pier.
Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, at times over grassy surfaces, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach, and steps and staircases at the Duart Castle. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, layered clothing with flat, closed-toe walking shoes, and bring sun protection and a weatherproof jacket from the ship. Photography and videography is strictly prohibited inside the Duart Castle.
Explore the local history, landmarks and spirits of Tobermory on-foot during a scenic sightseeing excursion around this charming harbour-front.
Tobermory Harbour, Fishing Vessels and Multi-Coloured Houses
Depart the pier for a scenic, guided walking tour along Tobermory Harbour, a vibrant hub of fishing vessels and yachts throughout the year. Along the way, admire the rows of pretty, multi-coloured houses lining the seafront. This charming location led to Tobermory's selection as the setting for the award-winning children's television programme, Balamory. The theme of the programme was based around what happens in-and--around each coloured house.
Seafront Stroll and Mull Museum
As your stroll continues along the seafront, your guide shares interesting aspects of local history, both ancient and modern. A stop is made at the delightful Mull Museum, with its compact history of the town and Isle of Mull. Leaving the Mull Museum, walk to the Tobermory Whisky Distillery.
Tobermory Whisky Distillery Tour and Tasting
Established in 1798, the Tobermory Whisky Distillery is the only distillery on Mull and one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland. It is unique, not just because of its idyllic location, but because it produces two different, yet equally-alluring single malts; the fruity Tobermory, and more robust and smoky Ledaig. During your guided tour of the distillery, learn about the brewing processes, then proceed for a tasting of two drams, a 10-year-old Tobermory and 10-year-old Ledaig. Following your tour and tasting, return to the pier on-foot.
Please note: This tour involves an extensive amount of walking for approximately one mile (about 1.6 kilometres). This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, layered clothing with flat, closed-toe walking shoes, and bring sun protection and a weatherproof jacket from the ship. Guests must be at least 18 years old to participate on this tour. Guests must be at least 21 years old to participate in tastings of alcoholic beverages. Space on this tour is extremely limited; we suggest you book well in advance to avoid disappointment.