A good local walks guidebook, available from Browns the Ironmonger in Tobermory, is 'Hallewell’s Pocket Walking Guide, Walks: Isle of Mull, Coll & Tiree, including Iona & Ulva, 29 walks from short strolls to long hikes.'
Ben More on the southern slopes of Loch na Keal is an extinct volcano 3169 feet high, the only Munro in the Hebrides apart from Skye. (And some locals contend Skye is no longer an island since it is now linked to the mainland by a bridge.) Isle of Mull Experience, 01681 700375, organises walks. Call Michael, a ‘Green Badge’ guide, for walks and tours.
Walk Calgary Beach, the sugar-white sands of a wide bay on the north west coast.
Glengorm Castle for posted easy walks to standing stones and duns (forts), 01688 302321, www.glengormcastle.co.uk. There is a cafe on the castle grounds for lights lunches and teas.
Walk ‘Balamory’, the locations in Tobermory of the children’s television series (map from the Tourist Office).