Breaks to Skye transport you to ancient and breathtaking landscapes and towns, where tradition and heritage sit side-by-side with dramatic coastlines and soaring peaks. There are plenty of walking trails on land like the testing Quiraing Loop and the easier walk to the Old Man of Stoor. Water lovers can also find plenty to do like a boat ride on Loch Coruisk or a glass bottomed boat trip into the sea. Keep a look out for local wildlife; wales, seals, sea lions and sea eagles can all be spotted if you are patient, quiet and a little bit lucky. In the evenings on breaks to Skye enjoy traditional music at a ceilidh, sample whisky from the island’s distilleries and indulge in freshly caught seafood.
Isle of Skye
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When to Visit
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