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Skye Unexplored Castles and Ruins

Amongst the high peaks of the Cuillin mountains, the deep fairy pools and the vast pebbled beaches; Skye’s unexplored castles and ruins quietly beckon adventurers. These forgotten relics, hidden in mist and heather, hold untold stories of centuries past. Searching for lesser-known ruins and castles is a great way to explore the island and uncover some of Skye’s ancient stories.

Skye with a Tour Guide

Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned explorer, a local guide can help you discover the hidden gems and untold stories that make Skye such a fascinating and unforgettable destination. So grab your hiking boots and camera, and let’s dive into the world of Skye’s expert guides. 

Exploring Broadford

Broadford – the second biggest town on Skye after Portree – is often overlooked by travellers to the island, who pass through on their way north. The truth is: with an influx of creative settlers, Broadford has grown into a town with its own, unique personality.

The Staffin Effect

by Leonie Charlton Last September, my friend Lucy and I spent spent a few days on the Trotternish Peninsula on the Isle of Skye. We were lucky enough to be shown around by Angus Murray and his partner Janet; Angus works for Druim nan Linntean, Skye Ecomuseum – a ‘museum without walls’ in the crofting …

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Isle of Skye Whisky

Single malt whisky is, arguably, more tied to the land on which it is made than any other Scottish export. The point of difference in a single malt depends heavily on the environment in which it is born. The land, the water, the barley, the peat, the climate – even the people – work together …

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