If there's one thing about Skye that'll leave a lasting impression on you, it's got to be the scenery. Just driving around, you can see many of Skye's most majestic geological features, such as the Old Man of Storr, the Quiraing and the Cuillin. But be sure to take your sturdiest of boots and explore these unique sights on foot for the real rewards.
Delve into the Past
Perhaps you've got ancestral connections to the island, or are just fascinated by life in Skye in eras gone by? The island has a wealth of history, from prehistoric sites to brooding castles. Learn about long ago feuds of rivalling clans, Jacobite battles, and the devastation of crofting communities during the Highland Clearances.
Towns and villages
After a busy day of exploring, the island's town and villages are welcoming places where you can try tasty local fare in restaurants, or relax with the tipple of your choice in charming pubs and bars. Perhaps you'll try the local malt whisky, or maybe an island beer?