Isle of Skye
Sleat offers stunning walks for all levels of fitness, with views eastward across the Sound of Sleat to Knoydart or across to the Cuillin mountain range. It is home to iconic wildlife including red deer, golden eagles and sea eagles.
Portree is the main centre of population on Skye and a busy fishing port where visitors will get their first glimpse of the majestic, mist covered Cuillin mountains, the inspiration for many a poem and a song. Don’t miss the wild beauty of Raasay, accessible only by ferry, and the small townships dotted throughout central Skye.
Stunning landscape, incredible rock formations and spectacular waterfalls make a leisurely drive and stop off a must do for any itinerary.
For an eagle-eyed view imagine being on the summit of one of MacLeod’s Tables, twin flat-topped basalt hills which dominate the skyline and looking down onto sites of historical interest, crofting townships and dramatic land and seascapes.