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Beaches on the Isle of Mull

North Mull

Calgary Beach Location Map

Calgary Beach | North Mull

Calgary Beach is Mull's most famous and popular beach. This is no surprise, as it is in a beautiful sheltered setting with white sands and clear blue sea and has parking just behind it. It is also one of the larger beaches on the Isle of Mull, and has some nice dunes leading into Machair grasslands. There is also a camp ground area with toilet facilities.

Calgary Beach
Langamull Location Map


Reached via a 30 minute walk from the forestry enterprise car park situated between Calgary and Dervaig, Langamull is well worth the walk. One half of the bay is a patchwork of sand pockets and Machair grasses with a small freshwater burn winding to the sea, the other half is more of a classic sandy bay, which is a great place for swimming, and offers good shelter from any breeze.

Croig  Location Map


There are a group of bays near Croig reached via a 20 minute walk along a track. All have beautiful fine sands and excellent views toward the islands of Muck, Rum and Skye beyond. Port na Ba, one of the beaches here is well known by locals.

Tobermory Beach Location Map

Tobermory Beach

Yes, even Tobermory has its own little beach, right on the harbour front when the tide is right. Perfect for an ice cream and popular with kids while the parents do the shopping!

Tobermory Beach
Traigh na Cille Location Map

Traigh na Cille

This beach has dark grey and black fine sands and is a short walk from the road on the west coast of the island close to Torloisk. An excellent place for a picnic and swim and you will usually have the bay to yourself.

Traigh na Cille

Central and South East Mull

Gribun Beach Location Map

Gribun Beach

In a dramatic setting below the cliffs at Gribun this sandy beach has great views toward Mull and the island of Inch Kenneth. The rocks here are of geological interest too.

Gribun Beach
Laggan Sands Location Map

Laggan Sands | South East Mull

Laggan Sands are reached via a very pleasent walk along the shorefront at Lochbuie.

The beach itself is a large expanse of pale grey sands, looking west over the Atlantic and with good views of Colonsay on a clear day. There is a mausoleum at one end which is worth a visit.

Laggan Sands
Port an Tobire Location Map

Port an Tobire | Central Mull

Beside the 13th century Aros Castle are two small beaches; Port an Tobire and Port nam Buitsichean. Both are mainly sandy with patches of shingle. There are good views down the Sound of Mull and the stunning backdrop of the castle ruins.

Port an Tobire
Duart Beach Location Map

Duart Beach | South East Mull

Duart castle has a small sandy cove that is reached by following the track behind the tearoom. At low tide the sand flats of Duart bay can also be explored.

Duart Beach
Port Donain Location Map

Port Donain

In Mull's southeastern corner you will find the lovely grey sands of Port Donain.

There is a small bay in the rocky coast and the beach sits at the head of it. Frequented by the occasional kayaker in the summer months and popular with the wild goats in winter!

Port Donain
Croggan Beach Location Map

Croggan Beach | South East Mull

Park at the road end and a delightful track leads via a 20 minute walk around the rocky headland of Croggan. It is a nice easy track with lovely sea views at the tidal narrows and pebbly beaches of Loch Spelve. A good area for otters and eagle sightings too. The beach has pale grey sand and is quite large, backed by woodland.

Croggan Beach

Ross of Mull

Carsaig Beach Location Map

Carsaig Beach

Located at Carsaig bay the beach here is mainly dark grey sand with patches of pebbles. The coastal cliffs either side of the beach are spectacular and this beach tends to get more waves than many others on Mull.

Carsaig Beach
Kilvickeon Beach Location Map

Kilvickeon Beach

Kilvickeon near Scoor, is spilt into two by a small island which creates two bays, each equally attractive. This area of coastline has some outstanding little bays if you do a bit of exploring. Take the sign close to Bunessan signposted Scoor and park at the end of the 4WD track before heading to the beach (there is a map at the car park showing you the way).

Kilvickeon Beach
Uisken Location Map


Uisken is one of the most accessible beaches on the Ross of Mull. Located south of Bunessan you can park right besides the sands. The waters of Uisken beach are protected by a number of small islands in the bay. The beach has fine white sands and there is a good lookout cairn at the eastern end of the beach.

Traigh na Margaidh (Market Bay) Location Map

Traigh na Margaidh (Market Bay) | South West Mull

One of just a few white sandy bays on the north side of the Ross of Mull. A 30 minute walk along the track to Camas (then follow the sign to Market Bay), leads to this tranquil beach that has excellent views toward Mulls ‘wilderness' headland. Apparently popular with the Royal family who have had picnics here!

Traigh na Margaidh (Market Bay)
Ardalanish Location Map

Ardalanish | South West Mull

Ardalanish is a single long stretch of white sand backed by sand dunes. Take the signposted road to Uisken and turn right down to Ardalanish's Weavers where there is parking - it's a short walk to the beach. A beachcombing walk along the tide line turns up some good finds after rough seas, a nice place to sunbathe and swim.

Knockvologan  Location Map

Knockvologan | South West Mull

The large expanse of white sandy bays at Knockvologan are truly stunning. There are many bays in which to sunbathe, and there is the opportunity to explore the sandbars and small skerries that get cut off by the tide, with the island of Erraid close by too. Park at Knockvologan farm and make your way down the track to reach the coast in ten minutes.

Fidden Beach Location Map

Fidden Beach | South West Mull

Fidden beach is an expanse of white sand with rocky pink granite outcrops. There are patches of machair and great views of Iona from Fidden.

Fidden Beach
Traigh Bhan na Sgurra Location Map

Traigh Bhan na Sgurra | South West Mull

This idyllic beach is reached via a fairly steep descent from the hills behind. One of the larger beaches along this section of Mull's coast with a couple of small islands, that give some protection to the waters here.

Traigh Bhan na Sgurra
Dun a'Gheird Beach Location Map

Dun a'Gheird Beach | South West Mull

Dun a'Gheird is actually the name of the hill fort that is located above this most picturesque of beaches. This is a sheltered beach with more fine sandy beaches worth exploring to its west.

Dun a'Gheird Beach
Fionnphort Beach Location Map

Fionnphort Beach | Ross of Mull

Set just below the village, Fionnphort beach is a sandy expanse that has a distinctive split granite boulder at its centre. There are great views toward Iona.

Fionnphort Beach
Slochd a' Mhuilt Location Map

Slochd a' Mhuilt | Ross of Mull

Slochd a' Mhuilt is not the easiest of the Isle of Mull's beaches to get to, but for those who make the effort it does reward with it's impressive setting among the rugged coastline of south Mull. The beach has rocky outcrops in the sands and offers interest at all tidal ranges.

Slochd a' Mhuilt
Traigh Bhan Location Map

Traigh Bhan | Ross of Mull

Traigh Bhan sits on the Isle of Mulls south coast below the ruined cottages at Shiaba. This beach was used as a port by the villagers to bring goods from boat up to Shiaba. Best explored on a low tide.

Traigh Bhan
Traigh a' Mhill Location Map

Traigh a' Mhill | Ross of Mull

Traigh a' Mhill is a small secluded cove along Mull's south west coast just south of the larger Knockvologan beach. A beautiful beach with stunning blue waters.

Traigh a' Mhill
Traigh Gheal Location Map

Traigh Gheal

Traigh Gheal is reached via the walk through the Tireragan nature reserve. This is one of Mull's hardest to reach beaches, the walk crossing through some difficult terrain with the help of wooden bridges and planking. The beach itself is stunning and worth exploring.

Traigh Gheal

Map of the Beaches