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The Isle of Skye, simply beautiful!

 

Largest island of Scotland's Inner Hebrides, the Isle of Skye is a magical place, steeped in history and culture, home of magnificent wildlife and some of the finest scenery in Europe, no wonder then that it is often voted as one of the world's favourite islands. At every corner there is a stunning view, with ever-changing weather, beautiful colours,  and a warm welcome. No one day is ever the same in Skye, sometimes all four seasons can occur in an hour, and so we would like to share with you just a small taste of what our island has to offer, whether you are on holiday, on business or just passing through to somewhere else. If our photographs inspire you to come and visit, then we look forward to welcoming you.

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The harbour at Ardvasar looking across the Sound of Sleat
The Stables at Clan Donald Skye, the island's premier visitor attraction
The view from Armadale Castle and Gardens looking toward Loch Hourn
The paddle steamer 'Waverley' approaches Armadale Harbour
Eilean Donan Castle at Dornie, Scotland's best loved castle
Knock Bay, site of the ruined Knock Castle, or Castle Camus
The ancient Dun Telve near to Glenelg,one of the finest brochs in Scotland
The Ardvasar Hotel, just a five minute walk from Hazelwood, great food and drink
The wonderful beach at Applecross, looking across the Minch to Skye
One of the many stunning sunsets seen from Sleat: Ord across to the Cuillin
Sleat is known as the 'Garden of Skye'
Yachts at anchor in Armadale Bay
The tiny township of Aird on the road to the Point of Sleat
Eigg and Rum from Camasdarach on the mainland across the Sound from Skye
The old laundry and the 'Museum of the Isles' at Clan Donald Skye
The pond gardens at Clan Donald Skye
Skye Bridge
Skye Bridge
A view from Kyle of Lochalsh towards the bridge and Skye beyond.
Sunset near Tarskavaig
Sunset near Tarskavaig
Setting sun across the water.
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