Skye is one of the most photogenic places in all of Scotland. It is the second largest Scottish island and the fourth largest in the UK. What distinguishes her? From an amazing, almost unreal terrain, which consists of fancifully shaped rocks. The most famous formations are The Old Man of Storr (which additionally offers extensive and spectacular views) or the Kilt Rock with the Mealt Falls flowing down from it.
Skye is not only rocks, but also vast green stretches of meadows where sheep walk. There are also countless hiking trails that will allow you to reach the most picturesque corners of the island. However, Skye also means monuments and interesting museums. Be sure to visit Dunvegan Castle , which is still inhabited by one Scottish family. And it has been for several hundred years! Also visit the Skye Museum of Island Life , which serves as a local open-air museum.
Who is Skye for?
A visit to the Isle of Skye is a real treat for trekking fans . Numerous trails allow you to visit the most popular and beautiful places, both in terms of views and natural values. A trip to Skye is also an interesting proposition for a road trip combined with sightseeing. Visit this Scottish island also if you are a fan of photography and are looking for extraordinary places.