Isle of Skye
The Isle of Skye has been drawing visitors for many years. Not only is the island famous for its iconic landmarks and landscape such as The Storr or the Quairang. But it’s legendary mountain ranges the Black and Red Cullins are some of the most famous in the world.
The history of the Islands people and culture from Bonnie Prince Charlie to Flora Macdonald conjure up stories of legend and myth. The Isle of Skye is the largest and easiest to access of the Inner Hebrides. It is stunningly beautiful and the best known of Scotland’s Islands. Skye has so much to offer for a short break or longer stay.
Learn about the long history and rivalry of the Clans of Skye, with stories of the Macdonald’s or the Macleod’s the two main clans on the island. Explore the castles of the clans still in use today. Discover and learn about the prehistoric history in the settlements on Skye from standing stones, brochs or forts.
Walk in the footsteps of Vikings who arrived here as settlers and left their mark, not only in place names but with old buildings and forts. Immerse your self in Gaelic Culture and history, from music, song, textiles and crafts. We think the most breathtaking part of being here is the landscape, whether it be a winter day or misty evening, the constantly changing landscape colours and beauty never fail to disappoint on this very special Island.