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Mull and Iona Day Adventure

Mull & Iona Day Adventure

Mull and Iona Day Adventure

Set sail from Oban, the Gateway to the Isles, over to the Islands of Mull and Iona.

When you land on Mull, you'll be whisked off around the island's lochs, and through its glens to Fionnphort - Gaelic for 'white harbour' - a nod to the bright sandy bays on this part of Mull. You'll then set sail again across the Sound of Iona to the island of the same name - it's a Hebridean beauty.

Iona is the cradle of Scottish Christianity and is home to a restored medieval abbey. The island is also the burial place of early Scottish Kings - 48 of them - including Macbeth. On Iona, you'll find rich wildlife, the most stunning white sandy beaches, and clear turquoise waters.

This tour is offered in association with West Coast Tours.

For lovers of
Ancient Kings, White Sands, Turquoise Waters, Scenery, History, Heritage, Culture, Wildlife, Photography.


Top tips

  • Sturdy footwear is always recommended, along with sun cream and binoculars.

  • Warm clothing and wet weather gear is also recommended in case of inclement weather.

  • Please note that landings are subject to sea and weather conditions.

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Pop in to or call, the following locations:

Oban Tourshop

Ferry Terminal


PA34 4DB

+44 (0)1631 562244

Fort William Tourshop

Railway Station

Fort William

PH33 6EN

+44 (0)1397 705285


£38.00 per adult

£19.00 per child.

Dates and times

Daily 30 March 2018 - 21 October 2018

Departs Oban 9.50, arrives Oban 17.55.

Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your departure time. 

Crossing to Mull takes approximately 45 minutes, depending on conditions.

Once on Mull, a coach will transfer you across the island.

Once on Iona, there is usually two hours to explore the island.


Mull and Iona, departs from Oban.

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