Iona Ferry Port
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Iona is a tiny island off the southwest coast of Mull in the Inner Hebrides. It is only 1.5 miles wide by 3 miles long, with a population of around 120 permanent residents. Despite this, Iona has a special place in the heart of many people the world over. The island is known internationally as the cradle of Scottish Christianity, thanks to the arrival in AD563 of St Columba and his followers. They went on to help spread the religion throughout much of Scotland.
Getting to/from Iona
The ferry point for Iona is at Fionnphort on the Isle of Mull and is a 4 minute ride across the Sound of Iona. Foot passengers only unless you are a resident on Iona or have a permit to take your car across. Should the ferry be cancelled because of the weather then there are good B&B's in Fionnphort where you can stay where they have free car parking.
Isle of Iona, PA76 6SJ, Scotland