Romantic Ruins And Scenic Hikes Win Your Heart
The Isle of Skye off the northwest coast of Scotland is famous for its mountain passes, steep cliffs, waterfalls and pristine streams. Rock climbers and hikers head for the Cuillin Hills, while bird watchers keep their eyes peeled for Golden and White-tailed eagles. Soak up the moody atmosphere of castle ruins, and tour Britain’s oldest inhabited castle in Dunvegan. Whisky lovers will enjoy a spirited tour of the Talisker Distillery in Carbost.