The Isle of Tiree, Scotland’s “Sunshine Island”, is the most westerly island of the Inner Hebrides, with a mild climate and white sand beaches. Just South of Coll with a narrow strait of sea separating the two islands, Tiree is only 12 miles long and 3 miles wide. The landscape of Tiree is flat and has been described as ‘a raised beach’ and ‘the land below the waves’. The highest elevation is only 463ft above sea level. The island is also known for its fertile soils and has a strong crofting heritage and has a population of over 600 people.
Approximate Size: 76" x 53" (l x w)