The UK island with clear blue water and fluffy cows that swim in the ocean | The Sun

FORGET going abroad – an island in the UK is winning praise for its beautiful blue water and gorgeous beaches.

Not only that, but you can see fluffy cows that swim in the ocean.

The Isle of Mull is the second largest island in the Inner Hebrides, found in the west of Scotland.

To get there, you take the ferry from Oban, a few hours north of Glasgow, and takes just 45 minutes.

It is one of the largest islands in the area – around 3,000 people live there.

However, tourists often visit during the summer, with attractions including the Tobermory whisky distillery, and the Whitetail Gin distillery.

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The most popular time of year to go is in July to see the Highland Games competition, and you can stay on the island with a number of hotels and cottages.

Scotland’s west coast is also home to around a quarter of the world’s species of whale, dolphin and porpoise.

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But while the climate might not be as warm as the Spanish islands, a video recently revealed the bright blue waters surrounding the Isle of Mull.

And forget the pigs in the Bahamas – you can spot the fluffy Highland cows, many of which are found across the island and often paddling in the shallow water.

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Everyone in the comments was blown away, calling it "amazing".

One person wrote: "This looks like my dreams! Cows, ocean, and beauty all around.. a touch of Heaven on earth!"

Another added: "That's it I'm moving there now."

If you fancy moving there, you could even be paid to live on the island.

Last year, The Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa were looking for people to work there, and it included a full salary and luxury live-in accommodation.

And in 2019, a 300-year-old, eight-bedroom castle on the island went on the market for just £695,000.

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