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Tiree is a very flat and fertile island, known internationally for it’s magnificent beaches, rolling waves and highest annual hours of sunshine in the
While this has added to the many tourism-based opportunities on the island and has seen an increase in house building, Tiree’s economy still depends largely on agriculture and fishing.
The island, which is 7 miles long, has a population of approx 800. It is divided into several townships and has a primary and secondary school, post offices, garages numerous small arts and craft workshops, galleries and a rural development complex.
The main town is Scarnish which is close to the main ferry terminal and supports shops and a bank.
It has a number of good hotels and an increasing number of restaurant and cafes which specialise in local produce.
Transport links with the mainland are via the ferry