Visitor Information

Tiree is renowned for its beaches, its wildlife and its unique scenery. The beaches offer opportunities for memorable family days on the sands as well as access to surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. Whatever the wind direction there is a suitable beach for you!

There is a great nine-hole golf course 5 mins from The Waterhouse, and lovely walks and bike rides all over the island.

Wildlife is abundant, be it the shy corncrake, the basking sharks or the difficult-to-observe otter there will be fauna and flora to engage lovers of the natural world.

Tiree has a rich history, and the landscape is quite different from the other inner hebridean islands - it is predominately flat, has lots of grassland and gives a feeling of a 'big sky'.

There are several museums, brochs and an architecture that is typical of a working crofting community in the hebrides.

Tiree is one of the sunniest places in Scotland, with long hours of sunshine in the summer months. April, May and June are the lowest rainfall months - for more info see:

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