Your visit to Skye…
You’ll find the pace of life very different here on Skye.
Walk along quiet lanes and single track roads without crowds and traffic. Explore footpaths, listen to the birds singing, see lambs being born in the springtime, watch the rain clouds gather, then look for the glorious rainbows. See buzzards, and sea eagles, waterfalls by the roadside, breathtaking sunsets, and sunrises.
And of course the aurora borealis,-the Northern lights.
Bring your camera. There is so much to see and experience.
Here are just a few of our favourite places to visit. We’re sure you’ll love them too.
Home of the Macleod family, Dunvegan castle is a short drive away from the pods.
- Visit the castle and garden – charges apply
- See the famous Fairy Flag
- Seal trips available
- Large car park with cafe and gift shop
Neist Point Lighthouse
Car parking available
Walk down the steps to explore the landscape around the lighthouse.
The Fairy Pools
Set in the heart of the Cuillins, this series of waterfalls are a must see.
- Car parking available – fees apply
- Sensible footwear required
- Stepping stones – new bridge installed 2022
- Take a dip – if you’re brave enough.
The Coral Beach
A short walk from the car park, you’ll find an amazing beach
- Limited car parking available
- The island of Lampay can be reached at low tide
- Can be busy in peak season
- Very limited parking available
- Beautiful beach with dark sand at low tide
The capital of Skye.
- Plenty of places to eat and drink
- See fishing boats in the harbour
- Large long stay car park – fees apply
- Local walks
- Gift shops
- Tourist Information Centre
The old man of Storr
- Large new car park with toilets
- Spectacular scenery
- Views across to Raasay