Below is a list of Relevant Websites for the
island of Staffa in western Scotland, RS-Staffa
The Island is situated about 35 miles off the
coast at the Town of Oban, or about 8
miles off the west coast of the Isle of Mull, from
the village of Fionnphort.
Staffa is an uninhabited Island, famouse for its
basalt columbs and Fingals Cave. This is the Scottish
side of the Giant's Causeway in Ireland.
Most visits to Staffa are from Fionnphort. Some
tours can be taken from Oban that consist of a ferry
trip to Craignure on the
southeast side of Mull, bus trip to Fionnphort on the
west side of Mull, then the boat trip to Staffa.
Many people that visit Staffa, also visit the
Island of Iona at the same
time, as they are in the same area.
Area Attractions Click On
Staffa Google Map .