3-Day Mull and Iona Tour from Glasgow. Discover the mysterious Isles of Mull and Iona on this 3-day small-group tour from Glasgow. Incl. sightseeing in the Scottish Highlands. By booking this comprehensive and intimate small group tour, you can avoid the hassles of arranging your own multi-day visit to the Scottish Isles of Mull and Iona in Scotland.
In just three days, you’ll get to see some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery, including Loch Lomond, Aros Park, the Fingal’s Cave, Tobermory, and the Isle of Staffa (optional). It’s a great way to learn about local legends and eat some delicious seafood.
- Get back to nature and out of Glasgow and an optional visit to the Isle of Staffa
- Nature-lovers and seafood-enthusiasts will especially enjoy this Isle of Mull tour
- Travel in both comfort and style in a top-of-the-range, 16-seat Mercedes mini-coach
- Don’t worry about accommodation, as two nights in a B&B or hotel are included
- Small-group tour for a more personalized experience
Day 1 Glasgow – Luss – Tobermory
Check-in 15 mins prior to departure and meet with your driver-guide for this tour.
Picturesque villages situated on the west bank of Loch Lomond; one of Scotland’s largest lochs. Admire the views and take postcard-perfect photos to share with friends and family.
Glencoe Visitor Centre
Famous for an ancient massacre, this beautiful spot offers peaceful waterside views from the site of ancient ruins.
Day 2 Flexible day touring around the Isle of Mull
Iona Abbey and Nunnery
Beauty and spirituality mingle here, with the near 1500-year-old Christian settlement complementing Iona’s ancient majesty. Iona is an island of quiet charm and is the cradle of Celtic Christianity. You have time to explore the island’s Abbey and museum of history and Celtic heritage. There are magnificent Celtic crosses and headstones to see, or, alternatively, you can enjoy a stroll along the peaceful sandy beaches.
In the afternoon, you have the opportunity to take a small boat to the island of Staffa, where nature enthusiasts can seek out abundant marine life. Staffa is home to Fingal’s Cave, which is one of the most amazing geological sites, and is known as ‘Nature’s cathedral’. *** If Staffa boat is running – takes 3 hours for the whole journey so you will get about 1.5 hours on Iona.
Day 3 Craignure – Oban – Kilmartin Glen – Glasgow
Return to the past at one of the richest areas in the UK for Neolithic and Bronze Age remains in Scotland. A real prehistoric feast!
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