Isle of Skye Attractions

Guide

Below is Hidden Scotland’s selection of the best attractions to be found on the Isle of Skye. Enjoy your visit to Skye.

Duntulm Castle

Duntulm started as an Iron Age broch and then a castle belonging to the MacLeods but there...
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Oronsay Island, Ullinis

The return walk to the island is only about 5km and the views are well worth the trip as w...
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Ramasaig to Orbost Coastal Walk

If you like coastal walks, are experienced at it and have two cars then this may be the on...
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Single Track Art Gallery & Expresso Bar

Looking for a coffee shop with great views and off the beaten track in the Trotternish Pen...
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Private Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye adventure

This full-day cruise with Minch Adventures departs from the Mallaig Yacht Pontoons and h...
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Private Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye adventure

This full-day cruise with Minch Adventures departs from the Mallaig Yacht Pontoons and h...
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Wildlife watching & photography on the Isle of Skye

Skye is a magical place to visit for all kinds of reasons but mainly to experience the nat...
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Torabhaig Distillery

Torabhaig Distillery is the second ever licenced Single Malt Scotch Whisky distillery on t...
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Macleod’s Maiden

MacLeod’s Maidens are a set of three sea stacks at Maiden’s Point near Idrigill Point ...
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Tarskavaig

Tarskavaig is the largest of several small settlements found along the west coast of the S...
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The Misty Bottle Shop

The Misty Bottle is a little shop selling whisky, gin, craft and draft beer and gifts. It...
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Dinosaur Prints at Staffin & Duntulm

There is evidence that megalosaurus, ornithopods, stegosaurus and cetiosaurus once walked ...
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Armadale Castle Gardens

Interested in the history of the Clan Donald? Do you have ancestors from Skye to trace? Do...
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Point of Sleat

A walk to the Point of Sleat will take you to a lighthouse, some interesting rock formatio...
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Macleod’s Tables

These are two unusually flat-topped mountains that can be seen from many parts of Skye. He...
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Harlosh Point

It’s a lovely walk out to Harlosh Point with the Cuillins to the south, Rhum to the west...
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Loch Coruisk

Loch Coruisk is magnificent being right in the heart of the Cuillin. You can get to it via...
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Coral Beach

This beach is not far from Dunvagan Castle so if you are planning a trip to the castle on ...
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Portree

Portree is Skye’s main town with all the amenities that a visitor would wish for as well...
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Sligachan

Sligachan is where to go to get the best views of the Black Cuillin, take a leisurely walk...
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Dun Beag Broch

There are about 50 brochs on Skye but Dun Beag is a good example and fairly easy to find, ...
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Talisker Bay

The beach at Talisker is one of those hidden gems that we all love to find. Plan your trip...
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Struan

Struan can be found in the West coast of Skye and has stunning views of the Cuillin Mounta...
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Go to St Kilda

Day trips by boat from Skye to St Kilda - the last outpost of north-west Europe lying 85 m...
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Sea Skye Marine

SeaSkye’s seafari trips depart from a modern pontoon 200m past the Talisker Distillery i...
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Dunscaith Castle

Unfortunately these are just ruins now but date back to the 14th century when the castle w...
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Raasay

Peace and tranquillity, woodland walks, coastal paths, secluded beaches, rare wildlife suc...
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Have A Wee Dram At The Talisker Distillery

Anything warming is welcome on an isle that brings plenty of wild weather. The whisky of t...
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Dunvegan Castle

Dunvegan Castle is the oldest castle in Scotland to remain continuously inhabited....
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Look Across At The Vision Of Kilt Rock & Mealt Waterfall

From the Trotternish Peninsula you can see Kilt Rock and the Mealt Waterfall. Kilt Rock, h...
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Fairy Glen

This mysterious and fantasy-like location has fluffy grass cone shaped hills, weird and wo...
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See The Sparkling Fairy Pools On The River Brittle

The fairy pools at the foot of Black Cuillins are as magical as they sound....
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Drive through the Quiraing

The Quiraing is a 'must see' on the island, but that doesn't mean you have to tackle the t...
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Neist Point

Sunsets make memories wherever you are, but you'll certainly never forget a sunset at Neis...
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The Old Man Storr

Some of the most unique landscape in the UK lies in Trotternish Ridge, an area of Skye fro...
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