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The Isle of Skye, connected to Scotland's northwest coast by bridge, is known for its rugged landscapes, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles. The largest island in the Inner Hebrides archipelago, it has an indented coastline of peninsulas and narrow lochs, radiating out from a mountainous interior.
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lodging and activities
NEIST POINT LIGHTHOUSE
Neist Point is one of the most famous lighthouses in Scotland and can be found on the most westerly tip of Skye near the township of Glendale.
While the walk down is an easy one, the concrete path does get quite steep at times. From the path you will see stunning views of the high cliffs and the lighthouse itself, at sunset the view is made even more spectacular making this a top destination for landscape photographers.
Skye has hundreds of great walks that vary in both terrain and difficultly. We have walked many of them and created for this tour that includes fairy pools, Neist Point Lighthouse, Old Man of Storr and many more
The Isle of Skye is a great destination for wildlife watchers, from the highland cows, to grazing sheep, birds, eagles, puffins, red deer, dolphins and whales
Much of Skye is moorland. Skye was occupied in prehistoric times and settled by Gaelic-speaking Scots from Ireland during the first centuries bce. Norsemen ruled the island from the 9th to the 12th century.
Our very own lodge situated in a beautiful location in the center of the island which makes it ideal for sightseeing. Every guest has his own private room with ensuite bathroom
how it works
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Submit a request and you will receive a call back
We will discuss the itinerary and answer all your question via phone or email
We offer flexible payment plans. Your first payment is to confirm your space via the link provided to you personally
You will receive an information pack on your trip
We will work together on finalizing your flight details