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Isle of Iona

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Conseils des habitants

Penny
Penny
January 15, 2019
The birthplace of Christianity the Abbey is a beautiful, spiritual building. Iona is also a haven for artists as the scenery and beaches are outstanding.
Gabriella & George
Gabriella & George
May 27, 2018
Beautiful peaceful Island off the coast of Mull with a lovely Abbey, coral white beaches and azure blue waters. Best to book an all inclusive trip from Oban that meets the ferry at Craignure and most drivers will give you a great insight & commentary on the island too.
Anna
Anna
March 21, 2018
Iconic Hebridian island with abbey and burial ground of Scottish kings.
Sandy
Sandy
May 16, 2017
Visit Iona Abbey and nunnery.
Emma
Emma
October 09, 2016
Drive across Mull and visit the Island of Iona, see the famous Abbey, the white beaches, the astonishing light, and also Fingals Cave (yes, where Mendelssohn went) and quite possible see seals, dolphins, eagles, on the way.

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Establishment
“ Located in the heart of the Isle of Mull's capital, Tobermory Distillery, established in 1798, the original and only distillery on the island and one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland. Established in 1798, nestling in the heart of Tobermory itself, we are the only distillery on the Isle of Mull and one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland. We are unique for producing two different, but alluring, single malts: the fruity, unpeated Tobermory and the more robust and smoky Ledaig. Our single malt very much captures the spirit of our beautiful island and we are open all year to welcome visitors to share how we produce our whisky and highlight the distinct drams that we distill. ”
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Canal
“lovely place to walk around, and see the locks at work and the sail boats .”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
Natural Feature
“The Isle of Mull is full of breathtaking scenery. Lots to do and places to see. There are plenty of walks across the hills which are frequented by Golden Eagles and a White Tailed Sea Eagles.”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Cafe
“Sample great locally caught seafood. Watch out for regular seafood buffet nights. It’s small so you need to book for all evening meals The cafe is open during the day for fishy snacks and home baking. Sit outside on good days and watch the hills of Mull in the distance ”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Point of Interest
“great trip past rannoch moor.past glen coe .along the coast to durror .and then to castle stalker cafe over looking the castle for pict . tea ext then to oban spend an hour looking round and the back home(6_7 hours)”
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Emplacement
PA76