The Isle of Mull is the second largest of the Inner Hebrides, and the fourth with respect to the entire set of Hebrides. Its capital and most populous area is Tobermory, a small fishing village situated in a bay. The road network is complicated because they are mostly one-lane roads with walkways, so you really need to drive carefully, and also at night run the risk of running over deer. Be very careful when you are crossing and approaching the roads. The easiest road to navigate is the one that communicates Craignure to Tobermory, where the road has two lanes, one for each direction. The island's landscapes are incredible because most of the island is uninhabited allowing for a completely wild setup.