Mull - any advice as to best places to visit

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  1. landscaper

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    We are in Mull - so lucky with beautiful weather. Been to lovely Iona today :) any suggestions for places to visit over our three remaining days here? Our MH is about 7.6 m? Thank you!
     
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    Golf course, of course !!:Laughing:
     
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    The pretty village of Tobermory where the childrens programme Balymory was filmed and fish and chips (haddock) at MacGoghans pub also in the village - probably the best I've had in years. There is a car park by the harbour but not sure about the length of yours fitting there.
     
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    Ha! I dont think so!!!!
     
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    Duart castle is worth a visit, plenty of parking there for you. If you do Tobermory head round to Calgary bay then along past Ulva ferry. Lovely stop for lunch along the south side of Loch na Kiel, lovely spot to wild camp, proberly busy this weekend. Where ever you go have a great time. Shawn
     
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    Look for the sea eagles!
    They should be nesting now
     
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    Was in mull a few weeks back Calgary bay worth a visit , Tobermorrày OK and large car park so no problems parking, I believe you can go to a hide to see the sea eagles but sorry don't have web details
    We found the locals very rude as was glad to leave !!!
     
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    Book a trip with a wildlife guide. Like a safari guide but not in Africa!
    We had a great day out with one saw sea eagles and their nest (telescopes supplied) golden eagles, sea otters several species of divers, seals etc. Well worth it, they know the best sites to go and see the most wildlife.
    Also book a trip out to the Treshnish Isles for fabulous puffin and sea bird viewing. Also includes Fingals Cave.
     
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    CALGARY REALY WILD CAMPING AND THERE SHOULD BE A COUPLE OF VANS THERE ,
    I WAS GOING UP THIS WEEKEND BUT IL WAIT TILL NEXT WEEK DIDNT THINK ABOUT THAT IT WAS A BANK HOLIDAY,,
    ANYWAY GOOD LUCK AND YOUR IN A WONDERFULL SAFE PLACE TO BE,:thumb:
     
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    Heres an image from google maps

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    Gobowen near Oswestry !!
    What a bunch of rectums !!

    The tourist information office couldn't be arsed to reply to my e-mails for info on the Island !!:Doh::Doh::Doh:
     
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