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The Isle of Tiree Distillery has lots on offer. From gin schools and tastings to cocktails and distillery tours, you will not be short of a dram or two. Make your own gin and take it home with their gin school, then chill out with a drink of your choice with amazing sea views.


Blackhouse watersports offers a facility in a beautiful location where you can participate in a variety of watersports such as surfing, kayaking, boogie boarding (all on a rental basis). This really is fun for both beginners and pros (or anyone else in-between). 


Tiree sea tours provide tours out to Skerryvore Lighthouse, Fingal's Cave, Lunga, Iona and Coll. Booking in advanced is required. They also offer seafari's, boat charters and sea fishing. These trips are spectacular, but may be a little rough out at sea. Their booking office can be found at the airport.


Wild Diamond Watersports typically offer a range of watersports including: windsurfing, kitesurfingstand-up paddleboarding (SUP), surfingkayak hire and the best stocked surf shop in the Hebrides. Their local knowledge of the beaches, and conditions, will ensure you get out and enjoy Tiree’s wind and surf safely.


Chocolates & Charms is a small shop on the beautiful Hebridean island of Tiree. Their name comes from the handmade Chocolates and handcrafted Jewellery, all of which are made on Tiree and sold exclusively in their shop. They also stock a range of gifts, books, baby clothes, toys, cards and work from other island artists. Serving fresh coffee, hot chocolate, tea & homemade cakes , they warmly welcome you to come in and enjoy their shop.


On the long summer evenings a walk around the tiny village of Hynish will help you appreciate this wonderful setting so far from the crowds. Follow the Hynish Heritage Trail and you will uncover the past of the historic shorestation. This exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the enchanted Treshnish Isles, which are visible from the Isle of Tiree and are owned and managed by the Hebridean Trust. Enjoying the Treshnish Isles whilst on Tiree helps to conserve a highly sensitive environment and to protect the seabird colonies, including puffins, razorbills, guillemots and petrels, that rely on the Treshnish Isles as an annual breeding ground. Visitors can experience the natural history of the Treshnish Isles through stunning displays, a scale model of the islands and audio visual material. 


Situated between Balephetrish and Vaul, this is a large boulder teetering on other rocks. It emits a metal like ring when struck with a small stone. The ringing stone has a number of cup markings typically associated with the period of the Megalithic Builders. There are no other rocks of this nature on the island and it is thought that it had voyaged it's way over from Rhum during the ice age. It is rumoured that if the rock boulder where to be removed from Tiree, the island will sink into the sea and be lost forever.

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