Your guide to civil ceremonies in Argyll and Bute

Iona Iona is a tiny island off the southwest coast of Mull and is part of the Inner Hebrides. Run by the National Trust for Scotland, it has many historical features alongside glorious white beaches and clear crystal waters. You can travel to the island by getting the ferry from Oban to Mull, and then travelling to Fionnphort for the Iona service. Visitors to the island return many times due to the relaxed atmosphere and pace of life. With its unchallenged peace and remarkable beauty, Iona is the perfect choice for your special day.

Coll The Isle of Coll is a small

of Breachacha runs inland along an attractive deeply-bayed coastline. Whether you sail or fly to Coll, it’s a stunning journey. If you travel by ferry, keep your eyes peeled for a host of wildlife, including dolphins, whales and basking sharks. And if you’d like a guided tour of the island, there are lots of options. Take a boat trip, go on a guided kayak adventure or join a land-based tour. The RSPB also offers guided walks for a short period in June. Both Iona and Coll are operated by Home Based Registrars. For enquiries for either Iona or Coll contact Oban registration office.

Hebridean island some four miles west of Mull. It is approximately 13 miles long and three miles at it’s widest, and has a population of around 150 all-year residents, with more in the summer. The island is a holiday destination for many seeking peace and quiet, and those who enjoy nature and the natural beauty of the Hebrides. Arinagour, Coll’s main village, lies on the west side of loch Eatharna. Around half of the island’s population live there and the village pier is the landing point for Caledonian MacBrayne’s ferry crossings to Oban and Tiree. The road to the township

Kayleigh Scott Photography


Made with FlippingBook - Online Brochure Maker