Amazing Argyll and the Isle of Mull

Day 1

Pick up in Edinburgh, Glasgow or Stirling. Visit the medieval Stirling Castle voted as the UK’s most loved heritage attraction.

Stirling Castle was continually fought over during the 14th Century Wars of Independence and was the home of the Stewart monarchs throughout the 16th century.

Travel to famous Loch Lomond and over the “Rest and Be Thankful” high pass to Inveraray to visit the fairy tale castle or the amazing Old Town Jail. Overnight Inveraray.

Day 2

Enjoy the stunning views along the west coast sea lochs with an option to take a ferry and hike on the garden island of Kerrera.

Explore the clifftop Gylen Castle looking over the Sound of Mull and the small islands of the Inner Hebrides.

Exploring these tiny Scottish islands get a sense of real communities past and present. Continue to the bustling ferry port of Oban with overnight here.

Day 3

Take the ferry over the Sound of Mull to the second largest island in the Inner Hebrides, the Isle of Mull.

Explore one of Scotland’s most beautiful islands with many quiet sandy beaches. Enjoy 13th century Duart castle then take a breath taking drive to the short ferry over to Iona, the birthplace of Christianity in Scotland.

End the day with a scenic drive to the capital of Tobermory for overnight around the stunning colourful harbour area.

Day 4

Leave Mull on an early ferry to travel north along the sea lochs to Loch Linnhe and Glen Coe village

Visit the monument to the infamous Glen Coe massacre then enjoy the stunning Glen Coe mountains as we drive through the pass and enjoy the solitude of the wild places.

Enjoy Loch Lubnaig in the National Park before a last stop at the 14th century Doune Castle (Castle Leoch in “Outlander” and featuring also in Game of Thrones and Outlaw King.)

Arrive back early evening to Edinburgh, Glasgow or Stirling after a wonderful island tour.


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