The Isle of Mull or simply Mull (Scottish Gaelic Muile pronounced [ËˆmulÉ™]) is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland in the council area of Argyll and Bute.
With an area of 875.35 square kilometres (337.97 sq mi) Mull is the fourth largest Scottish island and the fourth largest island surrounding Great Britain. In the 2001 census the usual resident population of Mull was 2,667; in the summer this is supplemented by many more tourists. Much of the population lives in Tobermory, the only burgh on the island until 1973, and its capital.
Mull is far larger than many visitors realise, it takes a day to drive right round the island, and it offers spectacular scenery and wonderful wild life.
Dramatic sunsets and starlit skys rival anything you will find anywhere in the world.
Mull has an enormous and varied habitat for wildlife, including golden eagles, sea eagles, otters, divers, dolphins and whales.
Why not go for a wonderful walk, go hill climbing or simply stroll along the golden sandy beaches and then sit back and take in the view whilst having a picnic.