Skye is amazing, there are a lot of breathtaking sights and and attractions packed into such a small island. Give yourself plenty time to see as much as you can, we're on hand to suggest things that suit your trip.
The lovely town where we're based, offers a variety of local shops and produce, great scenic walks and delicious places to eat.
Tip: Pizza at Cafesia and a locally made candle from Skye Candle Company.
The main town on Skye, home to the famous coloured harbour, and a hub of activity for the north of the island. More local and artisanal shops and great local food can be found here.
Tip: Outdoor activities at A.C.E Target Sports and a coffee at Cafe Arriba.
OLD MAN OF STORR
Well known from being featured in films, this geographical attraction is worth the walk up to. The views of the island and the mainland are spectacular.
Tip: Get there early, the car park fills up quickly!
Named after the folded pleats of a traditional kilt the rock is picturesquely framed by a raging waterfall. Beautiful views out to the mainland and the Trotternish Ridge behind.
Tip: Get there early, parking is very difficult, enjoy a coffee or a snack from the van to fuel the rest of your day.
Feeling like the end of earth, Neist Point is the most westerly point on Skye. You can see the Wester Isles across the ocean on a clear day.
Tip: Prepare yourself for the walk back up if you venture down to the lighthouse, it's a steep slope.
The biggest mountain range on Skye, you can't miss the Cullin Mountains if you're visiting Skye. See them from the back at Elgol, wander through them at Sligachan, or see them from afar from Portree, they dominate this small island.
Tip: There is a beautiful walk from the Fairy Pools to Sligachan if you enjoy a hike.