Portree and charming little towns According to Wikipedia, 'Portree is the largest town on Skye in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland'. The statement is at once strange and enchanting. Why? Because I finished strolling through the town within an hour, noted a limited number of restaurants serving food and was unable to visit any of the 'town attractions' as everything would shut shop between 5pm-6pm which would be when we returned from our sightseeing.But I did spend a solid hour two days in a row absorbing the awe-inspiring scenery that is the Portree Harbour. This town's heart lies in the harbour that is surrounded with cliffs. Designed by Thomas Telford, a famous Scottish civil engineer, Portree or Port Righ means 'king's port'... (read more on 'From The Corner Table')
We started early in the morning to witness the stunning landscapes amidst the enchanting tales of warriors, monsters, and faeries. The sunny day began with the quaint little town of Portree. Portree has become one of my favorite places in Skye. The colorful harbor, the cozy coffee shops (do check out Café Arriba for awesome coffee) and a small population (means a lot when you come from a populated country like ours) made Portree quite an interesting place to visit when in Skye.