The Isle of Mull (or just 'Mull') is the second largest of the Inner Hebrides
with a land area of 353 square miles (875 sq. km), about 300 miles of coastline and a resident population of around 2,800.
It is one of the most accessible of the Inner Hebrides with three separate ferry routes running throughout the year.
Mull is home to the only Munro (hill over 3000 feet) that requires a ferry crossing.
Here on Mull we have unspoiled landscapes, beautiful white sandy beaches and an abundance of wildlife regularly featured on numerous television programmes.
The village of Craignure has a shop, post office, church, petrol station, charity shop, hotel, garage repair, coffee shop and bar.
The village hall frequently holds markets selling Mull produce.
Across the road from Chronicle we have the old pier and within the small bay we often see otters swimming, fishing and sometimes ‘just chilling’. So, don’t forget your camera and binoculars!!
The Visitor Information Centre in Craignure has lots of ideas and leaflets for trips and tours around the island.