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Mull's chief town, TOBERMORY (Web: www.tobermory.co.uk ), at the northern tip of the island, is easily the most attractive fishing port on the west coast of Scotland, its clusters of brightly coloured houses and boats sheltering in a bay backed by a steep bluff.
Apart from the beauty of the setting, the harbour's shops are good for browsing, and you could pay a visit to the Mull Museum, on Main Street (Easter to mid-Oct Mon– Fri 10am–4pm, Sat 10am–1pm; £1), which packs a great deal of information and artefacts – including a few objects salvaged from the sixteenth-century wreck of the San Juan, a Spanish Armada ship that sank in the bay. A stiff climb up Back Brae will bring you to the island's main arts centre, An Tobar (March– Dec Mon– Sat 10am–5pm; May– Sept also Sun 1–4pm; free; Web: www.antobar.co.uk ), which hosts exhibitions, a variety of live events, and contains a café with comfy sofas set before a real fire.