The image top right is looking over
The second and third images are looking east
across to Tobermory Waterfront. The sun lights
up the south facing Colourful Buildings all day
with a High Tide the best time for Photos or
The Harbour Pier is in the centre of the
main street where a few Fishing Boats land
their Catches. There is a Fish Bar at the
Harbour popular for Fresh Cooked Fish.
The Clock Tower is at the Pier and small
sandy Beach next to the Tower.
By the Tower is the Mull Museum giving information
on the Island, Emigration, and Hunts for
Treasure believed to be on a sunken Spanish
Ship close to Tobermory.
The Mishnish Hotel
is at the far end of the Main Street with a
popular Bar / Diner and Entertainment some
A small Car / Passenger Ferry runs from
the Slip at the east end of the Main Street to
the small Village of Kilchoan on the
Mainland, 52 miles west of Fort William. The
Ferry crossing takes about 30 minutes.
offer Boat Trips from Tobermory to Staffa for
Fingal's Cave, and the Treshnish Isles to view
Puffins. More Boat Trips.
Distillery is at the west end of the Main
Street, with a Shop and Visitor Centre. The
Distillery opened in 1798.
The Mull Aquarium
is by the Distillery with a range of Sealife
from Local Waters that are Released and
Replaced every few months.
1588 - one of the Ships from the Spanish
Armada trying to flee back to Spain stopped off
at Tobermory to pick up Supplies. A dispute
with Locals led to the Ships Magazine being
ignited and Blowing the Ship to pieces. Some
people claim the Ship was carrying a vast
amount of Gold Bullion, others claim it was a
Troop Ship with No Valuables.
1780s - Tobermory grew around Fishing.
1798 - Tobermory Distillery began producing