Scotland - Isle of Mull
Mull is the largest of the islands of Argyll and the third largest in Scotland, with 300 miles of coastline. At its heart lies Ben More, a Munro with an elevation of 3,169 ft, which is a popular climb and the island has many other fine hill walks of varying degrees of difficulty.
Isle of Mull has a rich cultural heritage and is home to many historical sites and monuments. From the bronze age is a stone circle at Loch Buie along with various standing stones, and there are iron age fortified duns and crannogs, traditional medieval castles at Duart and Loch Buie (ruined), and grand baronial castles at Torosay and Glengorm.
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