Join Visit Mull & Iona
Market your business and help us promote sustainable tourism on the islands
For Visitor Information please see our visitor website
Visit Mull and Iona is the official Destination Marketing Organisation (DMO) for Mull and Iona. We are a non-profit Community Interest Company run by a dedicated group of volunteers. Our aim is to promote Mull, Iona and the surrounding islands through targeted marketing campaigns, highlighting the key strengths of the islands which benefit the whole tourism economy.
Since launching in 2018 we have grown significantly and gone from strength to strength, with now over 180 members across all of the different tourism sectors. Membership is open to anyone with a tourism related business on the islands. As a member you will gain access to a wide range of benefits, including a fully featured listing on our website.
Together, we can raise the profile of our beautiful islands and be a joint voice for tourism.
A funding award from Nature Scot allowed VMI to update the 5 visitor information signs in existing locations at entry points to Mull. This new design included links to information about safe driving on the island, responsible wild camping, the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, and to the Visit Mull & Iona website for more detailed information.
In September last year Visit Mull & Iona were awarded funding from Visit Scotland’s Destination and Sector Marketing Fund to help create a “Wild Isles” campaign to encourage visitors to use local wildlife and outdoor activity operators. Here is an update on the projects progress so far. The grant
Visit Mull and Iona is awarded £18,000 for “Wild Isles” marketing campaign Visit Mull & Iona (VMI) has been awarded £18,000 from Visit Scotland’s Destination and Sector Marketing Fund to help create a “Wild Isles” campaign to encourage visitors to use local wildlife and outdoor activity operators. As
During the COVID-19 epidemic, the people of Mull and Iona have rallied together to help one another on a spectacular level. Like the rest of the UK, the islands’ residents must stay at home, which is uniquely challenging compared to the mainland. At present, due to the COVID-19 precautions, the
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