Tighnabruaich is popular for sailing and yachting and has its own sailing school. Shinty is the major sport, with the village being home to Kyles Athletic who have won more Camanachd Cups than any other team apart from Newtonmore and Kingussie.
There are a number of cycle routes posted for the area as well as signed walking routes. Accommodation can be found at various hotels and guest houses. Tighnabruaich pier is used by the paddle steamer Waverley.
The village has a gift shop, art gallery, post office, SPAR grocery store and a couple of coffee shops. Tighnabruaich also has a Royal National Lifeboat Institution inshore lifeboat station which currently has an Atlantic 85 type lifeboat and tractor on station.
Tighnabruaich was voted "the prettiest village in Argyll, Lomond and Stirlingshire" in 2002.
PS Waverley, the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world, passes Wellpark Hotel in Tighnabruaich.
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- "Kyles Athletic Shinty Club | About The Club". kylesathletic.co.uk. 2007-09-07. Retrieved 2012-02-03.
- "Tighnabruaich Gallery - Original Art, Crafts & Jewellery". tig-gallery.com. Retrieved 2012-02-03.
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