The isle of Mull is a haven for wildlife on land, in sea and in air.

Seals bask on the rocks in Salen Bay, otters, red deer and fallow deer are also to be found.

White tailed eagles and golden eagles are the headlining feathered attractions, however there are many more interesting species of birds to look out for.

Why not take a boat trip to Staffa and the Treshnish Isles to see the comical and colourful puffins, or a whale and dolphin adventure.

The island's rugged coastline and dramatic scenery is second to none, with the white sands of Calgary beach in the north to Uisken in the south and miles of coastline to explore.

Days out

Ben More is approx. 7 miles from Salen and is Mull's only Munro.

Iona, Staffa, Ulva and the Treshnish Isles are some of the stunning islands off the coast of Mull.

Iona steeped in history, Staffa with its iconic Fingals cave, the Treshnish Isles with harp rock covered in seabirds, and Ulva with its little boathouse serving delicious lunches.

Tobermory is the main town situated in the north of the island hosting the islands only distillery and a little museum.

The isle of Mull is steeped in history, with Duart Castle to the fore as the ferry approaches Craignure from Oban.

Active Mull

There are a wide range of cycling routes, walks and hill climbs to suit all abilities. Sea, loch and river fishing is available.

The island has two 9 hole golf courses, a swimming pool spa facility and a tennis court .