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Balephetrish Bay

Tiree’s beaches fringe most of island, providing miles of clean, fine white sands, natural tidal paddling pools and great surfing, body-boarding and windsurfing for the adventurous. One of the loveliest is Balephetrish Bay on the north coast of the island, a two-mile arc of sand where you can watch waders feeding in the breakers and look out to Skye. One mile to the east you can find The Ringing Stone, a glacial boulder decorated with prehistoric markings. Hit it with a stone and it makes a mysterious ringing sound.

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