- Four nights dinner, bed and breakfast
- Three excursions - 'Trotternish Peninsula', 'Dunvegan & Portree' & 'The Garden of Skye'
- Entertainment on 2 nights
- Travel throughout
Land of ruggedly stunning scenery, whale-watching and fabulous food – it’s no wonder the Isle of Skye was recently voted National Geographic’s 4th Best Island in the World.
Come with us and embark on a journey through fantastic landscapes and fascinating history, discovering the hidden treasures that make this ancient isle so special. An unforgettable trip.
Trotternish Peninsula - Full Day - to the Isle of Skye’s most northern point, boasting Scotland’s most striking scenic landscapes.
Journey to Trotternish to delight in the views at Staffin Bay, where craggy rocks pepper the landscape and the area boasts an ancient hunter-gatherer site. Continuing on, we’ll take a look at Duntulm, where stunning stonework greets you and a jagged sea mountain pierces the horizon. We finally stop at the protected bay of Uig, with gorgeous waterfalls and ancient woodlands.
Dunvegan & Portree - Full Day - of wondrous scenery and fascinating history.
First to Dunvegan, a beautiful old town by the sea with its castle, proudly sitting on a jagged outcrop on the shores of Loch Dunvegan. Once completely surrounded by the sea, Dunvegan is the most ancient constantly lived-in castle in the whole of Scotland, home to the Clan MacLeod Chiefs for eight centuries. Afterwards we’ll stop in the capital Portree, where you can delight in the hustle-bustle of the port against the stunning green mountain backdrop.
The Garden of Skye - Half Day - journeying to the south of the Island full of heather-clad mountains, glittering blue sea and lush gardens.
We journey along the coast passing the ruins of Knock Castle, surrounded by crystal clear water and spectacular views. We then continue on to the quiet village of Armadale, which boasts a glorious golden beach, rugged coastline and is teeming with wildlife.
- £16.00 single room
- £17.00 per person for Holiday Insurance
- Departure times as indicated. Drop off early evening on return.
- Outward - via Loch Lomond, Crainlarich, Ballachulish, Fort William, Invergarry, Loch Duich before crossing over the Skye Bridge.
- Return - over the bridge at Kyleakin, past the lochs again, on to Fort William and through Glencoe.