Tiree Ferry Port
Tiree is the most westerly of the Inner Hebrides islands. Unlike some other Scottish islands it is very flat - in fact it is not much above sea-level. Perfect for walkers who don't want to strain themselves too much. The island is also famous for having the highest levels of sunshine in the British Isles. In fact, overall the weather, despite what you might first think, is very mild. The gulf stream means that frost is rare and that summer evenings are warm and pleasant.
You'll also find beautiful long sand beaches to explore and because the island is fairly windy it's also great for wind-surfers. The landscape is unspoilt and you'll find an abundance of birds and other wildlife as you trek along the long unspoiled coastline of this charming and sunny Scottish island.
Scarinish, Isle of Tiree, PA77 6TN, Scotland
02 Jul 2018To Tiree and back
Excellent ferry. One Guy in the coffee shop not very friendly on outward journey
Review by GEORGINA HADLEY
16 Nov 2017Windy Trip
Had a lovely time over on Tiree for the Wave Classic. Both ferry crossing were very good and enjoyable.
Review by Anon