Isle of Ulva (Inner Hebrides)
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In this 'you may also like' section we attempt to answer what else can I do? Here you have a list by order of being the closest some more beaches, things to see and do, places to eat and upcoming events.
- Langamull bay is split into two beaches. The first part of the bay is a mix of sand, Machair grasses and has a small burn arriving at the sea. The other part is a sheltered white sandy bay that is much better for swimming. No facilities at the beach with the nearest parking at the Forestry Enterprise car park between Dervaig and Calgary Bay, which is a 20-30 minute walk away.
- Port na Ba beach is an unspoilt white sandy beach on the north western coastline of Mull with views out to the Isle of Rum. The beach translates to ‘Beach of the Cattle’ and this is because this is where cattle from Tiree and Coll swam ashore en route to the mainland markets. No facilities and the closest village is Croig some 2km walk away.
- Tobermory distillery is a Scotch whisky distillery, founded in 1798, and situated on the island of Mull, Scotland in the village of Tobermory. Tours of the distillery run every hour and offer each visitor the chance to explore the home of Tobermory and Ledaig Single Malts. The tour takes you through each stage of the whisky making process, giving you the chance to learn more about the age-old techniques still used today.
- Tobermory beach is a small beach right on the harbour front in this picturesque Isle of Mull fishing town. You may recognise the colourful harbour side houses as Tobermory has been the setting for the popular children’s programme Balamory. Facilities include harbour, shops, car parking and places to eat.
- Kilvickeon beach is a beautiful remote sandy beach that has an island in the middle that depending on the tide creates two sandy bays. This part of the Mull coastline has some beautiful little sandy bays. The beach has no facilities and so you will need to bring everything you need with you. Take the sign close to Bunessan signposted Scoor and park at the end of the rough road (track) by the church. You then have a 10 minute or so walk to the beach.
- Carsaig Arches are natural arch cliff formations the result of the erosion of oolitic rock beds on the Ross of Mull in the south of the island of Mull. Whilst you are walking look out for goats, eagles and, in spring, nesting kittiwakes and fulmars. This is a good but hard walk from Carsaig Bay and involves about 6 km (each way) of walking. Most of the way you will follow a nice path below the cliffs that then takes you over some steep and rocky slopes. The route from the first arch to the second arch is along a goat track with vertical drops and so most people just settle with the first.
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