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The weather on Tiree Island
You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 4° on Tiree Island in January. The wettest month is December with 29 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 20 rainy days in April, which is the driest month.
Enjoy a relaxing break in a holiday cottage on the island of Tiree
The most westerly of the Inner Hebrides islands, Tiree can boast of having the most hours of sunshine in the UK. Although the island is only 12 miles long by three miles wide, there is no shortage of beaches where you can enjoy the sunny weather, as well as superb historical and cultural attractions.
As you take the ferry to the island, before heading to your Tiree accommodation, the first building you will notice is the intriguing modern construction known as An Turas. A work of art in its own right, as well as a venue which has hosted art exhibitions and cultural events, An Turas won the prestigious “Scottish Building of the Year” award in 2003.
An Iodhlann is the main historical centre on the island, with exhibits dedicated to Tiree's history, environment and people. The centre has gathered a fascinating collection of oral histories, as well as historical artefacts, while a large area is devoted to the role that Tiree played in naval warfare during World War II.
Families are spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches on Tiree. All of them are beautiful and unspoilt, yet they remain peaceful even in the summer months. Take a drive from your Tiree cottage to Balevullin, a remote beach on the island's west coast which is popular with surfers, and has great views out to sea, sometimes as far as the Outer Hebrides.
Try out surfing, or even kite surfing. Alternatively, you can explore the island's coast at a steadier pace with a guided sea kayak tour which takes you around the coves and beaches of the island. You'll even have the chance to visit Hynish on the island's south coast to see if you can spot the Skerryvore Lighthouse, set 11 miles offshore. Hynish is home to a museum dedicated to the history of the lighthouse, and how it was built and maintained under very difficult circumstances.
Since 2010, the island has been home to the Tiree Music Festival, held every July. Featuring performances by traditional Scottish musicians, as well as contemporary acts, the festival attracts visitors from all over the world and has won several awards.
Each October, windsurfers from across the globe take advantage of the island's fantastic conditions to participate in the Tiree Wave Classic windsurfing competition. The event started back in 1986, and is the longest-running windsurfing competition in the world. Enjoy watching this dramatic sport in Tiree's stunning surroundings, and take part in the evening events which have been organised to keep participants and spectators entertained.
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