Things to do
Isle of Tiree
During the Music Festival
Tiree Music Festival is a Scottish folk music festival held annually on the Island of Tiree in the Inner Hebrides. It is a true island adventure to one of the most stunning festival locations in the world.
Why not start your experience in style and fly to Tiree?
Views to die for
Think picture-perfect white sands. World-famous surf. Deserted roads lined with lush greenery and wild flowers. Not forgetting more sunshine than practically anywhere else in the UK. It’s little wonder that the tiny Hebridean island of Tiree is nicknamed the ‘Hawaii of the North’.
Book a Glamping pod during your stay at the festival.
The glamping pods have their own sea view and a tiny beach to enjoy...
Book early as the tickets to the festival was sold out in February in 2019 for July. You can also camp at the site if glamping is sold out.
Wake up and go for a morning swim
Paddle/surf/ cycle at the beach
Explore the island
Head to the festival for some food and music
Beaches with turquoise waters and white sands
Crystal clear waters...
Hire a bike for a blissful beach cycle...
Refresh your spirit with a swim in the Atlantic Ocean
Stay by the seaside
Follow the sand patterns...
Feel the soft sand between you toes...
Listen to some good Scottish music
Look for bothies...
How cute are these Crofts?
Tiree is famous for its Machair - wildflowers growing next to the beach. The landscape feels alive in summer filled with clovers, orchids and buttercups.
Learn to paddle board?
Try some local gin and whisky!
Enjoy more beaches...
Meet the locals!
Go to neighbouring Isle of Lunga to see Puffins!
Enjoy Horse Ridding at the beach
End the night with some more music!
For more information visit: www.tireemusicfestival.co.uk www.isleoftiree.com/