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Tobermory was originally built as a fishing port in the late 18th century, and is now the main village on Mull. It is a brightly coloured picturesque village that is surrounded by rolling hills and scenic woodland. The village offers a good selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. The harbour is always very busy and is an ideal place to sit and enjoy watching the fishing boats and the yachts mooring.
Hidden in the bottom of the bay is reputed to be the wreck of a Spanish galleon. The ship was part of the defeated Armada of 1588 and was fleeing the English fleet when she anchored in Tobermory to take on provisions. The ship caught fire which eventually caused the gunpowder to explode. She was understood to have been carrying millions of gold coins when she sank to the bottom of the sea bed.
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