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The Weather on the Isle of Mull
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month of the year on the Isle of Mull, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 16°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is April.
Discover man's beginnings at an Isle of Mull cottage
Geologists flock to Mull for its fascinating rock formations, some of which are about 2 billion years old. Rock structures like the Loch Ba Ring Dyke and Felsite are found nowhere else in the world. Meanwhile, Mull's white beaches, with their sun loungers and ice cream vans, await visitors from all over.
The Isle of Mull and its smattering of smaller islands have been populated since the last ice age, around 6500 BC. Around 4000 BC, Mesolithic hunter-gatherers inhabited Livingston's cave on Ulva. Axes and tools belonging to Neolithic farmers have been discovered, as well as forts, brochs, duns and other defensive settlements. The Vikings once ventured the area, and St. Columba arrived in the 5th century from Ireland, marking the beginning of the Christian era. Duart, Torosay, Glengorm, and a number of other castles remain stalwart storehouses of the region’s fascinating history. Be sure not to miss the Bronze Age Standing Stone Circle or Macquarie's Mausoleum.
Pony trekking, wildlife spotting, and willow weaving are among the many activities enjoyed by younger visitors to the islands. Pony rides to suit all ages and abilities can be arranged, allowing you to see the exquisite countryside like our ancestors did centuries ago. Look out for grey seals, whales, and dolphins in the sea, and red deer, otters, and eagles on land. Willow sculptures and crafts have been created here for years, and you can learn about this traditional skill today in Craignure and the Ross of Mull.
Venture into storied scenery
Mull has been the stage set for a number of feature films, including Entrapment, starring Catherine Zeta Jones, and novels, such as Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson. Rent a bike and discover Eas Fors Waterfall, one of the most spectacular on Mull, and Calgary Bay, the most photographed beach in Scotland.
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