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Shiaba & Magnificent Views

Best place to start is at the Ross of Mull Heritage Centre just as you enter Bunessan on the right... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2015
lancashirescott
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Lancashire, United Kingdom
A great walk with outstanding views and interests

Our walk to Shiaba was done on a gorgeous September day and we were rewarded with outstanding views... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2013
BreconBeacon
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Brecon
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12 Jun 2015
“Shiaba & Magnificent Views”
10 Sep 2013
“A great walk with outstanding views and interests”
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Reviewed 12 June 2015

Best place to start is at the Ross of Mull Heritage Centre just as you enter Bunessan on the right, they have some cheap pamphlets on different areas in and around the Ross including Kilvickeon & Shiaba. The pamphlet for this area has a bit...More

2  Thank lancashirescott
Reviewed 10 September 2013

Our walk to Shiaba was done on a gorgeous September day and we were rewarded with outstanding views towards Jura and Carsaig. We recommend reading about 17thC/18thC life on Mull and this abandoned village in particular before the walk. The village provokes all sorts of...More

2  Thank BreconBeacon
Reviewed 6 July 2012

Wonderful walk with fantastic scenery and the ruins very atmospheric.

3  Thank Gwen G
Reviewed 18 June 2010

Shiaba is probably not the best preserved ruined township on the Isle of Mull but it is still interesting and historically significant. Good views are to be had of Malcolm's Point from Shiaba, from Dun A' Gheard (Fort of the Guard) and from at Sron...More

2  Thank The_Mystery_Guest
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