Are campervans allowed on Mull?
South West Mull and Iona Sites for overnight camping for motorhomes and tents are limited in South West Mull and it is generally not possible to book in advance so make sure you have secured your pitch early in the day. There is a convenient chemical waste facility in Bunessan village.
Can you camp anywhere on Isle of Mull?
For £2 per person per night, you can camp on the beach itself and top up with water at a nearby croft. There are no other facilities (no loos), so you need to be self-sufficient or be prepared to drive into the local village every so often.
Can you take a motorhome to Iona?
From Mull you can slip across to the holy island of Iona of the south-west tip, where you’ll find one of the best Scottish island campsites on the beach, the Isle of Iona Campsite; sadly you can’t take your motorhome across, but if you have a tent it makes a pleasant one-night stop.
Can you wild camp on Iona?
Camping on Iona Camping in Scotland is governed by a very important set of Guidelines called the Outdoor Access Code. If you intend to wild camp anywhere is Scotland, these rules need studying. In general, if you walk in with your camping equipment and don’t drive in, then these guidelines help you avoid any problems.
Can you camp overnight in a layby?
For example, if a landowner has granted you the authority to park in their layby, then it is legal for you to sleep overnight in your campervan.
Can you take a motorhome on the ferry to Mull?
For Argyll and Bute, please read through the area’s ‘Be a great Visitor’ Opens in new window guidance. Mull welcomes responsible campers and visitors in motorhomes, however there are limited pitches and high demand for spaces on Mull. Please ensure you have booked a suitable pitch or campsite before travelling.
How big is the Isle of Mull?
338 mi²Isle of Mull / Area
Are campervans allowed on Colonsay?
Campervans and Motorhomes Although wild camping is welcome, Colonsay Community Council does not permit campervans on Colonsay unless you have booked accommodation in advance. The roads are small and single track and, as above, there is no overnight parking permitted anywhere on public or private land.
Can you park and sleep in a camper anywhere?
Most roads and land (including beaches) are private property and you don’t have the right to just park up whatever you like without permission from the landowner. The parking of camper vans or cars on roads and laybys is subject to the road traffic legislation and regulations.
Can you sleep in campervan anywhere?
You can usually wild camp in most national parks, provided you stay away from the paths and from touristic spots. If you’re ever in doubt about whether you can wild camp, simply ask the nearest landowner to be sure. Often landowners won’t mind if you stay on their land, as long as you ask!
Where is Calgary Bay Cottage on the Isle of Mull?
Located beside one of the Isle of Mull’s best beaches at Calgary, on the island’s west coast, Calgary Bay Cottage sleeps six, making it perfect for families. Set just on the other side of the single track road, at the southern end of the beach, this detached cottage forms an ideal setting for a holiday by the sea.
Can I camp at Calgary Bay?
Calgary Bay is owned by Argyll & Bute Council and is not an official camp site but wild camping is permitted. Wild camping means short stay camping only, a maximum of 2 nights and a local bye-law forbids motor homes and caravans, tents only.
Where is the best place to stay on the Isle of Mull?
You can walk straight from the cottage door to the beach! Located beside one of the Isle of Mull’s best beaches at Calgary, on the island’s west coast, Calgary Bay Cottage sleeps six, making it perfect for families.
Where is Calgary in Ireland?
Calgary is located on the north west of Mull about 5 miles beyond Dervaig and 12 miles from the island’s capital Tobermory. It is framed by low hills, partly wooded and is the location of a shimmering white shell sand beach and craggy headlands – home to a rich variety of birdlife and the haunting ruins of stone forts and abandoned villages.