Tigh na Bruach
The Isle of Skye is a truly magical place. The popular misconception is that Skye is only an island and can be toured quite quickly..WRONG!
Skye is almost 70 miles (112km) from north to south and has approximately 250 miles of roads. There is something different around every corner; the views are constantly changing as weather systems progress. Skye is known as 'the misty Isle; whilst this is true Skye also has its fair share of sunshine.
People return again and again, such is the draw of Skye. The local history is there for all to see. Dunvegan Castle, the seat of Clan McCleod is well worth a visit. Many McCleods from all over the world return to Dunvegan to discover their roots. Not far from the castle are the beautiful Coral Beaches.
Portree, the capital town of the island is small by most peoples vision of a town. However, there is a range of shops, cafesf, bars and a lovely harbour with fishing and pleasure boats.
One the major activities on Skye is walking. You really are spoilt for choice; there is enough to keep you going for years. For the more serious, the Cuillin mountains offer some of the most challenging peaks and should be carefully planned, possibly engaging a guide for your climb.(I prefer to enjoy the Cuillin from afar.
Carbost now boast a new slipway to launch a boat, Loch Harport is sheltered Loch and is ideal for a leisurely day on the water in a small boat or kayak.
So whether it's a quiet relaxing holiday taking the wildlife, recording your holiday with your camera, visiting the vast number of attractions, eating out at high quality restaurants or engaging in a more active expedition Skye is the Place to Come.
Bear in mind you really need 3 or 4 days as a minimum to get a flavour of what is on offer.
If you need more information don't hesitate to give me a call.
Malcolm and Jean
||Tigh na Bruach, Carbost, Isle of Skye IV47 8SH
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This page was last updated: 17 December 2015