Visit Lochalsh, Kintail and the Isle of Skye
This really is the Highlands of Scotland, lands of the clans and castles, home to the salmon and the stag, hills of heather and the lochs to the sea beyond. A place where the Gaelic is still spoken and the people are friendly. There are Ceilidhs with real music and food prepared fresh from the earth and sea. Where the roads, devoid of traffic wend their way through remote mountain glens to places few have seen. Lochalsh.. wild and wonderful
The postcard perfect village of Plockton. Scotland's highest waterfall, the Five Sisters of Kintail. Magnificent Eilean Donan Castle. The unsurpassed walks of Glen Shiel steeped in Jacobite history and of course the original ferry 'over the sea to Skye' from Glenelg to Kylerhea which still runs today during the summer months
Bonnie Prince Charlie and Flora MacDonald, Whisky - the water of life, (visit Talisker Distillery), 500 million years of geology and the great Cuillins, mountain climbing and walking, piping and the fiddle, the Gaelic University ‘Sabhal Mor Ostaig’, watersports of all kinds, the clans and castles (Dunvegan Castle being one of the finest) and of course the friendly people of this magical island!