Robert Pollock has produced an excellent guide with diagrams covering the stone circle and also a standing stone.
Nine crannogs (ancient loch dwellings) on Mull have been surveyed by Mark Holley.
Dun Bhulan (on a spur of land overlooking the beach) is an Iron Age broch and settlement (map grid reference NF 714297).
There's also a track south from Bornish leading to a standing stone.
There are 2 islands on this site - Eilean Mor (Big Isle) and Eilean na Comhairle (Council Isle).
He also has a guide with diagrams covering the standing stone just outside Port Ellen (on the SE coast of the island) and another one close to the town at Kilbride.
The site of Finlaggan located near Port Askaig is also worth a visit.
It's an archaeological dig around what was the ancient seat of the Lord of the Isles in the 14th and 15th centuries.
Before you reach Dervaig along the road from Tobermory, if you have a good map of the area, you might like to explore some of the nearby standing stones.
You will see a couple marked on the map to the left of this road, then closer to the village are the Kilmore standing stones located just inside the forest on the right.