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Taking the Royal Route

THIS week we cross the Firth of Lorn to the beautiful isle of Mull or, more accurately, Tobermory Bay.

Tobermory is the largest settlement on the island, lying on the north western tip of Mull, handily placed at the northern extremity of the Sound of Mull.

The village derives its name from the Gaelic ‘Tobar Mhoire’, meaning the well of Mary. Mary’s Well and Mary’s Chapel date back to the Medieval period. The water from the well was said to possess medicinal properties.

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