Three Isles Tour – Mull, Iona & Staffa
Duration: 10 Hours
Discover the wonders of three Scottish islands in one day!
Journey through the stunning scenery of the Isle of Mull, delve into the ancient history of Iona then onto the unique Isle of Staffa to see the geological wonders of Fingal’s Cave and, until early August, the opportunity to see its nesting puffins.
The Three Isles Tour departs at 0955 from Oban Ferry Terminal on the CalMac ferry, crossing the Firth of Lorn to Craignure on Mull where you join your coach. On the coach journey you’ll hear fascinating commentary about the beautiful scenery you’re traveling through and the history of the island. The route through Mull is via Glen More to Fionnphort where you board the ferry for the Isle of Staffa. After landing on Staffa and visiting Fingal’s Cave, we sail south to the Isle of Iona. Visit Iona Abbey, the Benedictine nunnery and the Reilig Oran – the burial place of kings.
Trying to book tickets for tomorrow? – Our online booking system requires at least 24 hours’ notice, however, we may still have tickets available. Please call us on 01586 552319 to check for last-minute availability or pop into the West Coast Motors Tour shop, located in George St, Oban.
** You can pre-book tickets for Iona Abbey here . You will be on Iona at approximately 15:00**
** Please note that very occasionally, itineraries may be subject to change on the day due to circumstances outwith our control **
- 0925 Arrive at Oban ferry terminal ready to board
- 0955 Ferry sails from Oban to Craignure, Mull
- 1041 Arrive in Craignure, Mull
- 1055 Depart Craignure by coach for a tour of Mull
- 1215 Arrive at Fionnphort
One hour on Staffa and approx. two hours on Iona
- 1715 Depart Iona (no later than)
- 1745 Depart Fionnphort
- 1900 Arrive Craignure
- 1925 Boarding at Craignure for Ferry back to Oban
- 1925 Ferry departs Craignure
- 2015 Ferry arrives back in Oban
- Sailings and landings are subject to favourable sea and weather conditions.
- We strongly recommend bringing your own food, snacks, and refreshments. Food and drink are available on the Oban to Craignure ferry crossing and on the Island of Iona.