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This site is produced by the Mull and Iona Chamber of Commerce.  It provides information and listings for holiday accommodation and things to see and do on Mull and Iona.  The businesses listed here are Chamber members, if you are unable to find the information you're looking for on this site, there are other directory sites representing the islands:  HOLIDAY MULL - IONA - TOBERMORY.CO.UK 

The Chamber also has a site for its members, with details from past minutes, useful business information and a full membership list.  If you are looking for information about living and working on the isles of Mull and Iona, this site might be more useful:  www.mullchamber.org

The isles of Mull and Iona lie off the west coast of Scotland. With a population of just under 3000 on an island fifty miles from North to South, the Mull is one of the largest Hebridean islands, but like them all, sparsely populated. The main population centre is Tobermory, where nearly 1,000 people live and work.

The Isle of Mull is deservedly well known as a holiday island, with superb walking, fishing and outdoor pursuits amid spectacular scenery. There is abundant wildlife on land, in the surrounding seas and in the air elements of a rare natural environment that bring many people to visit and to live.  

For information about visiting the Isle of Mull, please contact tourist information info@mull.visitscotland.com.  

 

Accommodation ranges from smart hotels to comfortable bed and breakfast in local homes.  There are campsites, hostels and bunkhouses for the more energetic as well as a large range of self catering accommodation to suit families and parties of all sizes.  

 

The Isle of Mull has plenty of activities to offer. Try a boat trip to Staffa and the Treshnish Isles to see puffins, or sail further out to go whale watching.  Be driven around by wildlife experts and be shown how to spot otters, seals, eagles and buzzards.  Play golf on beautifully maintained courses, fish in the sea or in the rivers and lochs.  Younger visitors to Mull will recognise Tobermory as being the setting for the BBC's 'Balamory' which is filmed in the town.

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