Places to go.............
Things to do............

Skye is all about the outdoors. The best way to get to know Skye is to get out there whatever the weather and embrace it.


You can do a lot on your own, but if you have a sense of adventure try our friends at Skye Adventure. They offer individual, group and family guided activity in Coasteering, Gorge Walking, Scrambling, Climbing and Guided Munro bagging.


For some paddling adventure Whitewave outdoor activity centre offer kayaking and canoeing as well as archery and mountainboarding for those wishing to stay on dry land.


If you want to explore solo on foot then a great resource for walks on Skye is the Walk Highlands webside with maps, descriptions and photos all for free!

There are so many places to explore and discover on Skye.......the well known such as The Old Man of Storr, Quiraing, Fairy Pools, Fairy Glen, Cuillins Neist Point............etc.


There are also plenty of less well known gems that we can point you in the direction of, where you may well find yourself on your own in a wonderful place. Hidden coves and bays, bubbling burns and awe inspiring cliffs and hills.


On really, really, really wet day there are some indoor visits such as Dunvegan Castle, Talisker Distillery, Armadale Castle to name a few.

Places to Eat.......

Things to do, places to go and where to eat



Sky Pie Cafe, Nr Staffin-A hand made pie, (Vegan if you like)  what's not to like?


Isle of Skye Bakery, Portree-Artisan handmade bread and Pâ

Red Roof Cafe, Glendale-Famed for it's platters, coffee and live music


Single Track Cafe, Kilmaluag-If you like coffee you can't leave the Island without stopping off here.  Fantastic Art and food, top the experience

Edinbane Inn-Great food, helpful fopr Vegans and like trad music