Day One was Tràigh Shorobaidh. It is also known as Soroby or Balinoe Beach. This 1.5km beach is at the West End of the island. It lies between Crossapol Point and the township of Balemartine. The clue to our second beach was ‘Have you GOTT the Clue?’ Our second beach walk was at the East […]Read more "Day Two – Second Beach"
Traigh Mhor On Scotland’s West coast several places have the name Tràigh Mhòr. Here on the Isle of Tiree it is the closest beach to our home. It is translated as the ‘big beach’ – about 4 miles in length. Traigh Mhor is the big beach that encompasses Gott Bay. It runs from the Pier […]Read more "Magnificent Gott Bay"
Gott Bay on the South East of Tiree is impressive in its own way. It is here you will find Tràigh Mhor – the Big Beach. It is here yachts and ribs safely anchor. Gott Bay is where the ferry calls. Here is Scarinish Pier. The Pier gives evidence of at least three different ages. The newest […]Read more "Tiree Marine Blue"