Photograph of Rusted working chain links, Croig Harbour, Isle of Mull




Below are a few links to other web sites and Mull video content you may find useful.

Videos of Mull can vary a great deal in quality, but there are a couple of links to some of the better ones below.

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  • Scotland's motor cruising school offers a wide variety of shore based, practical and online courses. Whether you're looking to take your first steps on the water or are a more experienced skipper wanting to further develop your skills, Hebridean Sea School have the right course for you. From the Marine Radio (SRC), right up to the Yachtmaster Offshore - all courses can now be booked online. You can join one of Hebridean Sea School's  scheduled courses or they can tailor a course to suit your individual needs.


Wildlife, Flora and Fauna - Collating and recording of of Mull's species in one site.


This website has been created and is maintained by a large number of people all of which have an interest in the wildlife of Mull.

The Wild Mull database now lists 1500 different species with some 2500 superb images. New species and images are being added regularly.

An extremely well designed site where you can easily look up a species by either Common or Taxonomic name.

Following the discovery of Wild Mull I now know there are more than 800 species of vascular flora on the island. Twice as many as I had listed!

Have a look - you will be glad you did.

Highly recommended.




Mull Scenery, Fauna,

Flora & Fungi


An excellent Island FB Group with frequent posts of what can be seen on the Island by those who live there. Really worth a visit!





Wildlife - Sea Eagle and Marine Mammal Charter Specialists


Mull Charters specialises in making your visit to the Isle something to really remember.

You will see places you can only see from a boat.

Stunning close views of White-Tailed Eagles taking fish and beautiful landscapes.

Highly recommended.




Information site - Mull History


The History of Aros Park, Tobermory - Researched and Written by June Saul.

A comprehensive history of the Park loaded with useful information about this once great estate. Aros Park is well worth a visit and is home to a wide variety of wild flowers, birds and other wildlife with an excellent view of Tobermory Harbour from the south.




Information site -  Wildlife and Otter Conservation Group

If you would like to know more about Otters and how to watch them without disturbing their lives and activities, this is the site to visit.

The Mull Otter Group also has a Facebook page with up to date news and information about how these charming mustelids are faring on the Isle of Mull.




An excellent site detailing the history of the former Mull Railway which was based at Craignure and ran to Torosay Castle. The railway was extremely popular and us very much missed on Mull and by enthusiasts everywhere.





This is the sister site of Simply Mull and where I post images of wildlife, landscapes and even The National Railway Museum. There are also short videos to view.






Wildlife, Flora, Fauna in stils and video.


All sorts of images and video from another Mull enthusiast.







Self-catering holiday properties to let on the Isle of Mull & the west coast of Scotland.


Island Holiday Cottages have a very wide range of self-catering properties available for rent on both the Isle of Mull and the West Coast of Scotland. Properties are available all year round. Have a look if you are thinking of visiting Mull. They have been very helpful to us on previous visits to Mull.







Accomodation on Mull


A local business with a wide selection of holiday cottages and large houses through out the Isle of Mull.

They also produce great short videos promoting the Isle of Mull!



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