GETTING TO TIREE
The most popular method of travel to Tiree, Cal Mac provides a daily ferry service from Oban to Tiree that takes approximately 4 hours. The ferry is already full for vehicles going out to Tiree however there is no need to bring you car to TMF as shuttle buses will operate all week from the ferry terminal to the festival site.
For more information on all Cal Mac related issues please visit www.calmac.co.uk or phone 01631 566688
Getting to Oban for the Ferry
There are daily train and bus services to Oban from Glasgow. For more information, schedules and ticket prices please visit www.spt.co.uk
If driving to Oban in a vehicle, there are various parking locations in Oban to leave your car for the weekend while attending the festival. Please plan in advance as many parking spots are a 5-10min walk to the ferry terminal.
FLY TO TIREE
GLASGOW – TIREE
Travel in style to TMF! Flybe operate flights to Tiree direct from Glasgow. It is a stunning flight with scenic views of Mull and the Treshnish Islands. Flights in the summer run 7 days a week and take approx 40 minutes.
For more information, schedules and ticket prices please visit www.flybe.com
OBAN – TIREE
Hebridean Air run scheduled services from Oban (Connell) to Tiree on Mondays and Wednesdays, however you can also travel like a rockstar and charter your own flight to Tiree!
For more information, schedules and prices please visit www.hebrideanair.co.uk
TRANSPORT ON TIREE
While on Tiree there are many ways for getting around. Located at the ferry terminal, MacLennan Motors provides a Car and Bike hire service. Car hire is available for £40 per day and bikehire £10 a day. For more information please call 01879 220 555.
There is also a Ring and Ride Bus Service, which is demand responsive and must be booked in advance. This service can be contacted on 01879 220 419.
There will be shuttle buses running from the ferry terminal to the festival site during the weekend of the festival.
Map of Tiree
Below is a map of the Island highlighting the location of the festival site as well as various other points of interest on the Island.
To download a larger version of this map please click this link: http://www.isleoftiree.com/files/visitor_map.pdf