Skye has many facets to its character from dramatic mountains with some of the world’s best climbing to hidden gems like the Fairy Glen near Uig. Take a walk to the Fairy Pools at the base of the Cuillin to see sparkling clear water cascade down the rivers that are formed in the Cuillin.
Visit the ClanDonald centre in Sleat, Dunvegan Castle or the Museum of Island Life in Kilmiur to learn about some of the history of Skye. Visit Staffin museum to see dinosaur fossils. To learn about the Sea Eagle or the Golden Eagle stop off at the Aros Centre on the outskirts of Portree.
Skye, takes time to explore, beguiles visitors world wide to come back and one of the many comments from visitors over the years is that the Isle-of-Skye is much bigger than they thought and that they wished they had more time to explore, every corner will give another memory to take back home.