Pretty Tiree is the westernmost island within the Inner Hebrides.
It is just 12 miles long by six miles across, but its small size doesn’t mean there is nothing to see or do here – there is plenty, and it is all unique.
The views on Tiree are out of this world – all that can be seen for many a mile are skies and sea. If you are looking for a place that is remote (yet easy to access), Tiree could well be your idea of heaven.
The beach on Tiree wraps around the island, and is almost 46 miles in length. Here you can enjoy the sun and the sea and look for fossils too. Surfing is particularly good here, and that along with body boarding and windsurfing can be tried out. Expert or beginner, there will be someone on hand to help you. In fact, the waves are so good around Tiree that this is where the UK’s premier windsurfing competition is held each year.
For more unique and interesting things to do, why not visit Tiree Glass and find out how glass is blown and coloured? Take away your own one of a kind trinket too. Or what about taking a walk around the island, looking out for the ancient stones that line the way as you go?
Ferries to Tiree, Scotland
|Oban Tiree||8 weekly||3¼ hours||See prices °|
|Tiree Coll||7 weekly||1 hour||See prices °|
This information is for reference purposes only. Journey times are approximate. Frequency is based on typical schedules. Schedules are subject to availability and weather conditions. Information correct at the time of writing.
Taster Cruise Ship Itineraries
Sorry, no mini cruise routes can be found departing from Tiree sailing to Tiree sailing on a cruise ship.
Top 3 Cruise & Ferry Deals
- Irish Ferries Ireland mini cruise from £38pp
- Day trip to Rosslare with Stena Line from £5.50pp
- Sail to Belfast with Stena Line from £10pp each way
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Scarinish, Isle of Tiree, PA77 6TN, United Kingdom