- Location: In the Sea of the Hebrides off the west coast of the Scottish mainland
- Attraction Type: Island
- Significance: Attractions range from prehistoric life forms to modern-day adventure Sports
- Best Time to Visit: May to September
- How to Reach: By train to Kyle of Lochalsh and Mallaig; alternatively by coach or ferry to Kylerhea; ferry services also exist from Uig to the Western Isles, Uig to Tarbert, Mallaig to Armadale, and Sconser to Raasay
- Nearest International Airport: Broadford Airport
Isle of Skye in Scotland is the perfect place to enjoy tender moments with your beloved or celebrate a special occasion. The tranquility of this place, coupled with its breathtaking landscape, makes the Isle of Skye one of the most romantic getaways in Europe. In Skye ragged cliffs drop down to white soft sand beaches. Sleepy villages where time has remained still for centuries provide ideal recluse.
The Isle of Skye referred to as the Inner Hebrides is located off the west coast of the Scottish mainland in the Sea of Hebrides. The history of Skye Isle goes back to the time of dinosaurs as testified by their fossilized footprints in North Skye. Stone circles and cairns of the Neolithic period are scattered all over the countryside. Skye Island could be considered a microcosm of total Scottish culture and heritage as reflected by its music, art, lifestyle, food, and drinks.
The Isle of Skye offers activities for all age groups and different fascinations. Bird watchers find this island extremely attractive with its golden eagle and tiny goldcrest. Among the mammals red deer, pygmy shrew, and otter are the most notable. The Blaven Hills, Cuillin Hills, and Red Hills are fabulous destinations for rock climbing and trekking. Mountain biking in these hill slopes is an exhilarating escapade.
Make adventure-filled boat trips to explore the waters around the islands of Rum, Eigg, Canna, and Soay and Loch Coruisk and view dolphins, sharks, seals, mink whales, porpoises and sea eagles from nearness. You would be enthralled to go for a whole day boat trips in Loch Coruisk or visit colonies of seals. Water sports lovers indulge in sailing, diving, kayaking, and windsurfing.
Accommodation and Dining
For accommodating yourself you could select among hotels, guesthouses, inns, bunkhouses, and camping sites. Number Ten Hotel, Bosville Hotel, Conchra Cottages, Ascribe Cottage, and Morar B & B are some of the notable dwelling places in Skye.
Award-winning cooks and chefs prepare the most delicious recipes to satisfy your gastronomic needs. Delectable seafood preparations, organically grown vegetables, cheese, salads, berries, herbs, and sweets make up the dining varieties.