Places To Visit

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Sunny days, rainy days, days to explore, adventure or sit by the fire – Skye is what you make it.

Skye is home to some great artists, craft makers, food producers and musicians and is also awash with history from dinosaur footprints at Staffin to the viking canal near Glenbrittle and the iron age brochs nears Borve.

Visit the wonderful Dunvegan Castle and gardens, have a wee dram at the Talisker Distillery or sample local delicacies at a producer’s food market at Clan Donald.

Sources of information

For information on what to do and see before you arrive you can check out the following websites:

Local area information and things to do

www.whatsonskye.com
www.skye.co.uk
www.lochalsh.co.uk
www.visitlochalsh.com
www.plockton.co.uk
www.visit-waternish.co.uk
www.visitsleat.org
www.glendaleskye.com
www.visithighlands.com/skye/broadford/
www.kyleakin.com/
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/areaskye/index.html
www.visitkintail.co.uk

What’s on – film, music, arts, crafts

www.aros.co.uk
www.seall.co.uk
www.skye-arts-crafts.co.uk

History, archaeology and wildlife

www.ukfossils.co.uk/Skye.htm
www.borve.net/staffin-museum.co.uk/
www.skye-birds.com/
www.skyemuseum.co.uk/history.html
www.scottish-places.info/features/featurehistory1620.html
www.ambaile.org.uk/en/then-and-now/item.jsp?cat=27
www.darkskydiscovery.org.uk/dsdsites.html

 

 

 

 

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