Iona Day Trip (Winter Special)
Duration: 8 hours
This tour is not currently operating.
Discover these two Inner Hebridean Islands with a journey through the beautiful scenery of Mull followed by 2 hours of exploring Iona and its world-famous Abbey.
Early sailing option departs Tuesday to Saturday – be at Oban Ferry Terminal for 0745 for 0800 sailing. Return to Oban at 1746.
Later sailing option departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday – be at Oban Ferry Terminal for 0945 for 1000 sailing. Return to Oban at 1746.
Once you have exchanged your online voucher for tickets at our West Coast Motors/ Tours shop in Oban, the trip departs from the Oban Ferry Terminal on Caledonian MacBrayne’s ferry MV Isle of Mull. The crossing to Craignure on Mull takes approximately 45 minutes and at Craignure you will join your coach for a scenic journey through the island by way of Glen More and the south shore of Loch Scridain to Fionnphort, where you will board the ferry to Iona.
On Iona you will spend approximately two hours which you can use for a leisurely stroll through the Benedictine Nunnery and the Reilig Oran – the burial place of the kings. We recommend visiting the famous Iona Abbey.
The return journey is by the same route back to Oban.
Enjoy an exclusive 10% off your breakfast on the ferry. Simply present your ferry ticket. T&Cs apply.*
We recommend you bring any packed lunch, snacks or refreshments you would like throughout the day. Alternatively, you can buy these on Iona, however selection may be limited in the winter period.
Entry to Iona Abbey is not included. It can be purchased as an extra on the day.
*T&Cs for 10% off breakfast: The discount can only be applied by redeeming your ferry ticket. Restaurant staff will keep this for their records. The discount only applies to the 3 most popular breakfasts – Big, Traditional and Vegetarian. The discount will only apply on the Oban – Mull sailing on the winter timetable. This discount is exclusive to West Coast Tours and has been set up to apply only for the 2 winter trips: Tobermory and Mull & Iona.