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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

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.

April - October, Mull

Perched on top of a rocky outcrop at the end of a peninsula near the easternmost corner of Mull, and dating back to the 13th century, Duart Castle is the ancestral home of the Clan Maclean.

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.

27th April - 17th May 2015, Colonsay:

The festival provide ample opportunities to learn more about the secret lives of Colonsay’s Seabirds, the RSPB reserve on Oronsay, the island’s diverse flora & fauna plus the chance to visit some of the less well-known areas of the island.

15th - 17th May 2015, Argyll:

This adventure race is for teams of Sailors and Fell Runners (both adult and teenage) and is held annually on and around the most beautiful parts of the West Coast of Scotland.


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