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Watersports: Do your own thing or go to one of the two watersports schools for lessons or for equipment hire.
Cycling: Tiree is a great place to cycle with quiet roads and chilled out drivers. Bikes can be hired from two cycle hire outlets.
Sea Tours: See puffins on the Treshnish isles, visit Fingals Cave or enjoy a sea safari and see whales, basking sharks, seals and other marine life. Trips to Coll for an evening meal at the celebrated hotel is a must for ‘foodies’.
Golf: Bring your clubs and enjoy the challenging nine hole course - don’t miss the breathtaking 4th Tee with its views over Vaul beach to Rum, Eigg and Skye.
Walking/Running/Gym: Take as much exercise as you can stand. Gym classes need to be booked. Personal training is also available.
Loch Fishing: Whatever rocks your boat. Permits can be obtained from Argyle Estates.
Photography: With beautiful scenery, dark skies and romantic rural scenes, reminiscent of simpler times now long past, its hard not to take home great pics.
Wildlife: The island has a wide variety of bird life and two hides to observe it from, or try a sea safari. Tiree even has rare bees if you know where to look - ask the resident expert.
History & Archaeology: Tiree has a rich history. Visit the fascinating museum or take a walking tour to get up close and personal with the past.
Geology: With some of the oldest rocks on the planet, there is always something interesting to discover.
Lighthouses: Visit the stunning complex at Hynish to see the extraordinary work of the skilled masons who built the famous Skerryvore lighthouse - the UK’s biggest!
WHERE TO GO
Eating Out: There is a hotels on the island and a restaurant with a micro brewery. The restaurant has stunning views out over the wilder parts of the island (summer only - booking required).
Chip Van: Saturdays only during the summer - don’t miss it - all orders are freshly cooked and taste soooooooo good.
Cafe/Gift Shops: There are four on the island where you can enjoy a cup of coffee, a bite to eat or a bit of shopping (or all three if you like).
Fresh Seafood: Fresh and pre-cooked lobster, crab and other delicacies are available when you want to spoil yourself.
The Essentials: The island has a great Co-op where you can get most of what you need. Don’t forget the community shop where you will find some special bits and bobs.
Post Office and Bank: Open on certain days and at certain times. If you need cash, you can get it at either or the Co-op.