Ferry from Isle of Skye to Scotland
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About Isle of Skye

The Island of Skye is the largest and northernmost of the Scottish Inner Hebrides, widely regarded as one of Europe’s top island destinations.

A land of geological wonders and incredible biodiversity, Skye has everything you need for a spectacular outdoor adventure. The famed Cuillin mountain range attracts the hardiest of hikers from around the world, whilst the captivating Dunvegan Castle provides fun for all the family.

However, without a doubt, Skye’s biggest pull factor is its natural beauty. You’ll see vast, rolling moors and sparkly lochs, usually accompanied by red deer, Scottish wildcats and mountain hares.

Given the island’s location between the two, Skye is a good departure point for mainland Scotland and the Outer Hebrides. Regular crossings are provided from Skye’s ports in Armadale on the south coast and from Uig to the north.

About Scotland

Scotland is the northernmost of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, sharing a 60 mile long land border with England to the south and separated from Northern Ireland by the North Channel of the Irish Sea.

Scotland is a vibrant, exciting country, with a wide range of cultures and an extraordinarily rich heritage.

What makes Scotland such a hugely popular tourist destination is the sheer range of attractions and activities packed into such a small and accessible country.

Whether using organised tours or exploring at your own pace, you can revel in the lively, cosmopolitan entertainment of the towns and cities, enjoy the wealth of artistic and cultural activities running throughout the year, sample some of the best cuisine in the world, explore the country's dramatic and colourful history and natural heritage, spectate from the sidelines or take a more active role in a wide variety of sporting pursuits.

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