Please note: Petrol stations during business hours can be found in Tobermory, Salen, Craignure and between Bunessan and Fionnphort. Don't get caught short! A full tank should last you around 250 miles.
The Isle of Mull welcomes wild camping in certain areas, as long as you act responsibly and leave no trace of your visit behind you. Some farmers and landowners may allow camping if you ask them and follow guidelines, but if you are in any doubt find an official campsite. Please note that wild camping means short stay camping only, a maximum of 2 nights .
Always follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Click to find out more.
Lochbuie in the South of Mull is a tranquil haven just awaiting discovery and Lochbuie Estate has created and maintained car-parks and walks around the area as well as a site for Wild Camping. It is also where you will find Mull's best shop, the Old Post Office , an honesty shop selling home baking, drinks, teas and coffees and meat from the estate.
Click here to go to the Lochbuie map where the Wild Camping site is marked.
Please note that Lochbuie House is a private residence so please observe the footpath signs, keep dogs under control and maintain the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
Around the Southern side of Loch Na Keal is a popular spot for Camper Vanners as there are a few flat grassy spots on which to park up. A stunning location, amazing views. No facilities, just lots of sea and sky :)
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