12:46,
Monday,
10 December 2018.

Tiree, Scotland

The idyllic Hebridean island of Tiree is located off the west coast of Scotland a few hours ferry ride from the town of Oban. It is surrounded by white sand beaches that are lapped by turquoise Atlantic waves. Like much of Scotland’s west coast this is typical. The beaches can be likened to those usually found only in the tropics, bar the obvious lack of any palm trees. In fact, Tiree barely has any trees at all. This is mainly because it is relatively flat and exposed to the full force of winds blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean.

Tiree is relatively small being less than 20km long and 10km at its widest point. There is no major metropolis let alone resort here but there is an airport. What does exist in the way of habitation can be described as a series of strung out hamlets, some having a marginally greater accumulation of dwellings than others. However, this does not mean there is little in the way of tourist accommodation.

On the contrary the island boasts a reasonable choice of accommodation with everything from hostels to hotels. The vast majority however, being in the form of private lets. The choice for eating out is limited with only a few establishments providing services.

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