Immerse yourself in Tiree

Tiree is the most westerly of the Inner Hebridean islands. Sitting 60 miles west of Oban, far out in the Atlantic Ocean, this beautiful isle is officially one of the sunniest places in the UK.  Tiree is flat and treeless and home to some of the best beaches in Scotland. They fringe most of the island, providing miles of white sands and great surfing and windsurfing. 



One of the loveliest is Balephetrish Bay on the north coast of the island. The island is rich in history, with a number of fascinating sites, from rock art to iron-age forts. Tiree today is still a working community, where the land is split into thirty-one crofting townships, each controlled by a grazing committee. 

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