In this show we count down the Top Ten Views on Skye as we take you on a scenic journey around the island. The Isle of Skye attracts visitors from all over the world who come to see the amazing scenery that exists on this small island off the west coast of Scotland. We look at new views of classic locations such as the Old Man of Storr, The Quiraing and Elgol, but we also showcase some lesser known, but no less impressive views in other locations. From the very northern tip of the island to the heart of the Cuillin mountains, join us as we count down what we believe are the Top Ten Views on the Isle of Skye.
If you plan to visit the Isle of Skye, please check out these local businesses which have helped make this programme possible. Whether you are looking for accommodation, a restaurant, outdoor activities or somewhere to buy gifts, you will find these companies a great place to start. Many have online shops and ship worldwide, so you don’t even need to visit in person (although we strongly suggest you try!) in order to get a piece of Skye.
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Links to Local Businesses on Skye…..
To order Misty Isle Gin
Accommodation and restaurant close to the Quiraing
Gifts and local crafts, and photo canvas printing service
Award winning restaurant and accommodation near Elgol
Wildlife and scenic tours form Portree Harbour
Tea room and gifts in Torrin
Outdoor clothing and equipment in Portree
Bringing a little part of Skye direct to you
Sleat Perfectly Skye
For information on where to stay, eat, and enjoy Sleat
Highland Natural Accents
Skye gallery of Scottish home and fashion finished textiles
5* visitor attraction and online shop for hand-crafted sheepskins, accessories, clothing and footwear
Your one-stop booking of Skye accommodation at the best prices
Skye Serviced Accommodation
Your self catering holiday home away from home!
Skye Photo Academy
Photography workshops on Skye and beyond
Skye Wilderness Safaris
For group and private guided day walks
Discover the top 50 photo locations with The Photographer’s Guide to Skye