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Wildlife:

▪ Look out for whales and porpoises during your ferry trip to Mull
Photo opportunity :
▪ Duart Castle from the Isle of Mull ferry

▪ Mull rail

▪ Torosay Gardens

Links:

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CalMac

 

Duart Castle - as seen from the ferry.

Welcome to Craignure

Craignure is the main ferry terminal for the Isle of Mull.  Ferries run every two hours between Craignure and Oban - see the CalMac website for timetables.

Buses run from Craignure to Tobermory in the north of Mull right down to Fionnphort in the south.

 

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On the journey over from Oban, the first landmark of Mull that comes into view is Duart Castle - ancient seat of the Clan MacLean.  Once you've disembarked at Craignure, it's a short drive to the castle - bus tours are available if you don't have transport.

Another popular visitor attraction in this area is Torosay Castle, a victorian house with beautiful gardens and interiors.  A novel way to travel to Torosay is on the Mull railway, a narrow gauge track that runs from Craignure to the castle.

Mull railway, Craignure station.  The railway has both steam and diesel engines.  Click here for the railway's website.

Accommodation in Craignure and Lochdon

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