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About Tobermory

What's the story in Tobermory; wouldn't you like to know? Don't worry if you didn't get the reference; this picture-postcard little place with its brightly painted houses and surrounding hills captivates all visitors, even those unfamiliar with the children's TV programme Balamory - which was filmed here.

Built as a fishing port in the late 18th century, it's home to Mull's only whisky distillery, so do pop in for a wee dram. One of Britain's finest destinations for wildlife-watchers, its rare birds and animals include Golden and White-tailed Eagles, Otters and Red Deer.

It's also said to be the site of a wrecked galleon of the scattered Spanish Armada, which reputedly went to Davy Jones' Locker laden with millions of gold coins. And before you ask: they've yet to be found...

 

Shore excursions in Tobermory

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