Tiree is an idyllic Hebridean Island, perfect for outdoor pursuits, wildlife enthusiasts, and those yet to experience the total tranquility of stunning white beaches and crystal clear seas.
It is the outermost of the Inner Hebrides, an island with undulating but almost treeless landscape, lochs and a wealth of natural flora and birdlife. History and culture abound on the island. There is a thatched cottage museum, lighthouse museum, an archive collection housed at An Iodhlann, several ancient chapels, brochs and standing stones.
The island has a mild climate with some of the highest levels of sunshine recorded anywhere in the British Isles. It benefits from the moderating influence of the Gulf Stream, ensuring that frost in winter is rare, and evenings in mid-summer are warm and balmy.
Tiree measures approximately 16km by 6km, and all places of interest can be accessed either on foot or by bicycle.