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No visit to Mull can be made without mentioning its geological formation. Indeed a geological survey of Scotland in 1924 proclaimed that Mull included the most complicated igneous centre ever examined in the world at that time. Come and see the volcanoes; dykes and rocks that make Mull such a popular destination.
ErosionPillow Lava
Glacial erosion Glen Aros/Bellart                                          Pillow Lava Loch na Keal
The Isle of Mulls fascinating geology is well preserved in volcanic formation which has been shaped by glacial erosion. Mull has some very rare rock types and well preserved volcanic formations. These attract geologists from all over the world and it is these rock structures underneath the surface that make Mull one of the most attractive islands in the Hebrides. 
The islands geology gives Mull its varied and beautiful scenery and habitats for the wide variety of wildlife that make their home here.

Volcano Dyke at
                              Calgary by Nick James

                              More and Loch Scirdain

From high mountain ranges to delicate sand dunes, towering cliffs to rocky estuaries it's this vast amount of ecology that give Mull the wonderful array of wildlife that we all love to see. 
Ben More with
                            Ulva Ferry in the fore ground by Nic DaviesLoch
                            Cuin by Nic Davies
Delicate sand dunes by
                          Nic DaviesGribbun cliffs, Loch na Keal by Nic

Pam & Arthur Brown
Ardrioch Farm, Dervaig
Isle of Mull
Argyll, PA75 6QR
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