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What’s on Oban, Mull and Lorn

Providing regular and easy access to Mull and the rest of the Inner Hebrides, Oban is a bustling town under the sweeping backdrop of the Lorn mountains. Mull is one of Scotland’s largest islands and just a short ferry trip away. Here, you’ll find Duart Castle, once the home of the MacLean clan chief, and the gaily-painted buildings of the picturesque capital, Tobermory. 

area highlights

30th October 2014, Oban:

Comar presents a production from Mull Theatre, The Drawer Boy, by Michael Healey.

March - November, Argyll:

Oban’s War & Peace Museum contains a fascinating collection of artefacts and photographs depicting the rich cultural history of the busy port town and its people.

Year-round, Argyll:

Built before 1275 on a huge rock overlooking the Firth of Lorn, Dunstaffnage was the mighty stronghold of the MacDougalls.

Year-round, Argyll:

Iona Abbey is one of Scotland’s most historic and sacred sites.

Year-round 2014, Angus:

Arduaine Garden is a beautiful green oasis, which lies 20 miles south of Oban in Argyll and is managed by the National Trust for Scotland.

Year-round, Argyll

One of the few riding centres in the UK to teach Western Riding and Natural Horsemanship.

Year-round, Argyll:

Situated on the shore of Loch Creran, the Centre houses a diverse aquarium and a refuge and rehabilitation facility for both common and grey seal pups.

Year-round, Argyll:
A small island with a giant reputation, Staffa has been attracting visitors for centuries.

Year-round, Argyll:

A rich woodland of native trees blankets the slopes of Glen Nant.

Year-round, Isle of Coll:

With its long, white shell sand beaches, sand dunes and machair grassland, the RSPB reserve at Coll is a stronghold for the rare corncrake.


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