The scenery of Skye is a fairground of beauty.
A roller-coaster of cliffs and mountains take your vision on an unforgettable ride. The tightrope country roads make you feel you’re far from the busy cities. And the quaint towns are bustling arcades of culture and tradition.
But our small group tours take you beyond the main show.
On our Skye tours that depart from cities across the UK, your guide reveals the mythical castles, lets you in on the local legends, and ensures you experience Skye the way you want to.
Population: 10,008 | Languages: English, Gaelic | Size: 1,656 km²
Skye’s unusual beauty attracts directors, poets, and geologists. Its unique rock types are carved into a landscape that’s as surreal as it is stunning.
You’ll gaze at rocky outcrops, crescent shaped mountains, and physics-defying cliffs. And no matter why you visit, you’ll find this island mystical.
The largest town in Skye has a population of 2,491 people. It’s famous for being a colourful, cultural centre for the people of Skye.
You can find gifts for your family, you can splash out on fine dining, or you can spend your time watching the flows of the ocean.
The most epic lighthouse you could imagine. It clings to a jagged, winding headland, and shines bright in luminous white.
But don’t get too distracted by the lighthouse. Because if you keep a lookout to the sea, you may catch a glimpse of a herd of minke whales.
Skye is awash with folk tales of mischievous fairies. Dip your feet in the fairy pools and walk amongst the grassy knolls of the fairy glen.
If you’re game, try visiting the little stream under Sligachan Bridge where the trickling water is rumoured to provide eternal beauty.