Isle of Skye
Scotland is quite famous for its castles. And, you can visit a few of them here. I spend a good 2 days around Inverness visiting the Inverness Castle, Chanonry point and the Cathedral. However, if you are more into nature sight seeing, you can skip the castles and cathedrals for boating and trekking around the Lochness lake.ISLE OF SKYEThis is a must. This is a picturesque rugged landscape with castles and some breath taking views. Getting here can be a task, but you can always look out for day tours. A lot of local tourist stalls offer 1 day and 3 day trips to Isle of Skye. You can also self drive around if that interests you.This place is going to be a treat to the eye with its beautiful mountain views and castles located on the hills. You will even come across multiple waterfalls and cliffs with sunset/sunrise views. The top locations at this beautiful place are the Fairy Pools, Coral Beach, Duntulm Castle, Neist Point and the Storr among the other places. This sprawling beauty has to be a must on your list.
Has a stunning setting beside a west Skye sea loch. Visitors can taste their whiskies in a vaulted barrel room, surrounded by handsome oak containers holding whisky which will sit for decades before it’s enjoyed Tasting notes ” Highly complex & unconventional whisky. Peppery flavour adds to its warming spiciness, it explodes on the palate”