Callum’s Seal Trips
Many tours operate daily and are a fantastic opportunity to see the local wildlife, which can include seals, otters and dolphins.
Sea Plane Flights
This is an incredible way in which to experience some amazing views of the surrounding area.
RYA Sailing Courses
There is an abundance of walks in the surrounding area of all different lengths and terrains.
Take a stroll over the Skye bridge with breath-taking views to Kyleakin.
This is a small picturesque village just along from Plockton with beautiful stream running through it where you Highland cattle freely grazing, oblivious to there celebrity status!
Eilean Donan Castle
This is an iconic castle that has featured in many films and is simply a must see for any traveller.
Talisker Distillery & Bay
Skye’s finest distillery makes a smooth and distinguished malt. The distillery offers regular tours, with a visitor shop for souvenirs.
These beautiful gardens frame many magnificent views of Skye and the local countryside. Attractions include:The Water gardens, The Japanese garden and the giant sundial.
Loch Ness & Urquhart Castle
Urquhart Castle is set against the mysterious dark waters of Loch Ness. Owned by historic Scotland it has an excellent visitor and exhibition centre, which, is open daily all year.
Dunvegan castle is the oldest inhabited castle in Scotland and is the ancestral seat of the Chiefs’of the Clan MacLeod. It has glorious gardens made possible by the ‘Gulf Stream’. It offers not one but three craft an souvenir shops. Open daily April to October.
Clan MacDonald Centre
As part of the 20,000 acre Clan MacDonald Estate you can explore around the historic gardens and woodland trails surrounding the castle. There is also an award winning museum and caféto take cover in, on rainy days.
Dinosaur Fossils on Staffin Beach
If you go down to the beach at Staffin you may not believe your eyes as you notice some remarkable footprints of prehistoric life.
Southeast of Glen Brittle you’ll find the magical fairy pools. This is a sequence of pools interlinked by small waterfalls flowing with water running from the Cuillin mountains.
“Pass of the cattle”
A stunning scenic drive over the Bealach na Ba from Kishorn to Applecross bay. This single track road rises 626m in 5 miles! Where’ll you’ll find the highly recommended Applecross Inn for a delightful seafood lunch.