What’s the story, Tobermory
Tobermory is a popular day trip destination for visitors and locals alike. Whether it is to head over just to nip to the Chocolate shop, have a bite to eat in one of the cafes, have a drink in one of the pubs or just to get photos of the iconic street (if you head up the hill and walk to the very end of Argyll Terrace you can get a cracking photo of the street from a great vantage point).
Just now Calmac are running our “Winter” timetable and this runs through until 28th March. There are 3 ferries Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, and 4 on Tuesday and Thursday. There is no ferry just now on a Sunday. You can find the timetable here.
We would recommend going over by foot (less expensive) but if you want to make a day of it and spend a full day, we’d recommend taking the car over. This would allow you to head to Calgary beach, down to Salen or Craignure. You could even consider going over on the Kilchoan ferry and coming back via the Fishnish ferry into Lochaline. https://www.calmac.co.uk/lochaline-fishnish-mull-ferry-winter-timetable
Listen to the men on the ferry though, if they give you warning about the weather, think carefully about going over – you will get to Tobermory, you just might not get back!