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 has funded new photography and
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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 one of the UK’s leading
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 ferries can only be accessed
As well as the Arts Trail Map, the website will feature online listings with information about the venues on the Arts Trail. The website will also carry an Artist Directory of artists living and working on Mull, Iona and the offshore islands; a listing of Arts Events, and pages with further highlights of the vibrant
This week, Arts Venues on the islands should watch out for an email inviting them to take part in the new Mull and Iona Arts Trail (MIAT). The Arts Trail, a map of arts venues that are open to the public, will be promoted via a new website planned to go live in May 2021.
Introducing “The Quest” our new fun family outdoor adventure challenge, brought to you by Visit Mull and Iona. Visit Mull and Iona have introduced a new fun way of exploring the islands of Mull and Iona for families. The Quest is a trail of 25 locations throughout the islands, each of which has a