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Fionnphort

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Fionnphort is the port at the far west of the Ross of Mull, where the ferry goes frequently on the very short crossing to Iona. It costs to park in the road near the ferry but the car park at the Columba Centre, well worth a visit in its own right, is free.

Get in[edit]

By car[edit]

35 miles from Craignure along the A849.

By bus[edit]

Buses from Craignure to connect with some of the ferries from Oban.

By ferry[edit]

Ferry to the isle of Mull from Iona.

Get around[edit]

See[edit]

  • 1 Fingal's Cave (on the island of Staffa). Cave, known for its natural acoustics, formed from hexagonally jointed basalt columns Fingal's Cave on Wikipedia Q403134 on Wikidata
  • 2 Treshnish Isles. Treshnish Isles on Wikipedia Q1329507 on Wikidata

Do[edit]

  • Bird watching.
  • 1 Kintra. A small village with a street by the sea north near Fionnphort - beach with a tiny semi-island ideal for infants Kintra on Wikipedia Q6414403 on Wikidata

Buy[edit]

Eat[edit]

  • 1 Ninth WaveBruach Mhor (just outside Fionnphort, follow sign sharp right when approaching village and keep right on to the end of the lane),  +44 1681 700757. Evenings only, booking essential does lunch menu in season.
  • 2 The Keel Row +44 1681 700458.
  • 3 The Creel Shak +44 1681700312. Takeaway Seafood Bar

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