Discover Mull's wild coast
Garmony is a great place to admire the view or have a picnic. If you feel like some exercise, the coastal trail between here and Fishnish is an excellent way to explore Mull’s wild sea shore. The sharp, plaintive call of oystercatchers makes a perfect soundtrack to the scene, and if you’re lucky you may spot otters or porpoises.
Our guide map to Mull’s forests will help you enjoy the landscape, culture, history and wildlife of this amazing island.
There are public toilets and places to eat in Craignure, about 3 ¼ miles (5.2 km) to the south.
A gentle stroll along the shore to a delightful picnic area overlooking the Sound of Mull.
Uneven grassy surface. Generally flat with short fairly steep ramps.
¼ miles / 0.6 km Allow ¼ hour
Follow the low rocky shore of the Sound of Mull between Fishnish and Garmony. Great views of the Morvern peninsula and an opportunity to see oystercatchers on the rocks.
Uneven grassy and gravel surface, with some rough rocky and earthy sections. Some short steep slopes. Includes narrow sections of boardwalk and several muddy areas.
4 miles / 6.5 km Allow 2 hours
This trail along the coast and back links Garmony with Fishnish, close to the ferry terminal for the crossing to Lochaline. The oystercatchers often create an atmospheric mood with their high, piping call.
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How to get here
Garmony is on the A849 between Tobermory and Craignure, about 1 mile (1.6 km) south of the turning for the Fishnish to Lochaline ferry, and 3 ¼ miles (5.2 km) north of Craignure. The car park is at grid reference NM 677 401.
PA65 6BA is the nearest postcode, but is about 1 mile (1.6 km) north on the A849.
Buses to Craignure run along the A849 past Garmony. Check Traveline Scotland for details.
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