The brightly-painted houses strung along the harbour at picturesque Tobermory are one of the most famous sights on Mull. This thriving small town is by far the largest settlement on the island and a very popular centre for visitors of every kind.
Northern Mull may lack high mountains but it is still wild and rugged, with much to offer for the walker. Around Tobermory there are a number of coastal and forest walks, whilst to the west the coastline becomes wilder, with the Mishnish, Mornish and Treshnish peninsulas. Calgary Bay is renowed for its fine beach but the whole area has wonderful views across the water towards Arnamurchan, Coll, Tiree or the Treshnish islands.
|Calgary Bay and Art in Nature Sculpture Trail||3km||1 - 2 hours|
|Dun Ara and Glengorm Castle, near Tobermory||3.75km||1 - 1.5 hours|
|Aros Park and Tobermory circuit||5.5km||2 hours|
|Langamull Beach and Kildavie, near Dervaig||6.25km||2 hours|
|Ardmore Shore Walk, near Tobermory||7.25km||2 hours|
|Loch an Torr circuit||10.25km||2.5 - 3.5 hours|
|Crater Loch: Lochan 's Airde Beinn||3km||1.5 hours|
|Tobermory Lighthouse circuit, Tobermory||5.5km||2 hours|
|Treshnish Coast and the Whisky Cave||11km||3.5 - 4.5 hours|
|Quinish Point, from Dervaig||12.75km||3 - 4.5 hours|
|Speinne Mor, near Loch Frisa||9km||2.5 - 3 hours|