Around Kilbride & Skye

Whatever the weather, the Isle of Skye is a place where you can enjoy superb scenery all year round

Camas Malag Bay

A few minutes walk from the cottage takes you to the lovely picturesque Camas Malag bay, with a pebble beach and wonderful views over Loch Slapin to Bla Bheinn. From here you can continue on the popular circular loop walk to Suishnish and Boreraig, the ruined coastal villages which are a reminder of the Highland Clearances.

Camas Malag OS Map

High Pasture Cave

For the more adventurous the High Pasture Cave in also within easy walking distance from the cottage. Discovered in 1972 by students from the University of London Speleological Society, Uamh An Ard Achadh (Cave of the High Field or High Pasture Cave). The cave contains around 320m of accessible passages making it the second longest cave complex on Skye.


Elgol Village

Take a trip to the small remote fishing village of Elgol (11 miles from the cottage) and enjoy a boat trip which run from the pier to the dramatic and mystical Loch Coruisk in the heart of the Cuillin or to one of the small isles of Canna, Rhum, Eigg or Soay.

Elgol Village – Undiscovered Scotland

There is so much to see and do in the area and not enough time to fit it all in. We have the Black & Red Cuillin Mountains, Munros for walking and climbing, rivers and lochs for fishing or sailing, fresh clean air and many outdoor sports.

Not only can you take part in a huge variety of outdoor activities, but you can do it in some of the most dramatic locations imaginable. After a full day exploring there are many great restaurants to enjoy.

The list of things to do, places to visit and see could go on and on, visit www.isleofskye.com and www.theskyeguide.com for more information.