How to get there. The ferry leaves from Mallaig. If you want to travel on a bicycle, you need to make a booking at the Mallaig Office. You need a permit to travel if you are taking a vehicle.
- Walk To Horse Island At Low Tide.
- Swim In The Giant Rockpool.
- Go Kayaking With Seals.
- Eat At The Craft Shop And Tea Room.
- Take A Boat Trip With Dolphins.
- Walk Around The Island.
- Stay In A Warm Mongolian-Style Yurt.
- Swim In The Crystal Clear Beaches.
People mostly live at Port M2r. The farm is one of the settlements on the island. The only road on the island connects the two. There is a seal population in Muck, as well as porpoises in thesurrounding waters.
Who owns the island of Muck?
The resident population of 40 is doubled in the summer because it’s low-lying and fertile. The MacEwen family have been farminghere for a century.
What islands can you see from Mallaig?
The Small Isles are a group of islands north of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula and south of Mallaig. The islands of Canna, Rum, Eigg and Muck can be reached byferry from Mallaig.
Can you camp on muck?
Isle of Muck Opens in a new window has a composting toilet for hire in May to September. It’s ideal for families because it sleeps up to five people, and there are shower facilities nearby. You can find more on our destination pages.
Can you drive around Mull in one day?
It takes 2.5 hours to get from Fort William to Tobermory. It takes 5 hours to drive alone in one day, some of which are on sign track roads.
Which Scottish island has the best beaches?
Thanks to the warm climate of the Gulf Stream, the island of Arran on the west coast of Scotland is one of the most awe-inspiring places in Europe for gorgeous beaches and romantic scenery. If you want to see the best beaches, head to Strabane and Kildonan.
How do I spend a day in Mull?
- Window shopping in Tobermory.
- Learn about Whisky at Tobermory Distillery.
- Go wild swimming at Calgary Beach.
- Check out the beaches near Fionnphort.
- Go Hiking with Walk Mull.
- Visit Duart Castle.
- Spot the Highland Coos at Loch Beg.
- Visit the Isle of Iona & Iona Abbey.