There is so much to see and do on the Isle of Skye that its impossible to do everything in one day. So below we have listed the major attractions in the five regions of the Misty Isle as well as a few things to do on the mainland. You can then plan your trip to include everything that appeals to you. Above is a picture of the Skye Bridge that connects the island and mainland Scotland.
PORTREE – The island’s capital
At the centre of  Skye lies the scenic village and island capital of Portree. Here there are all the usual facilities you would expect of a small township including: Restaurants, Heritage Centres and Cinema, many Shops, Library, Harbour, Gallery, Pubs, Churches,  Medical facilities and much more. Above is a picture of Portree.
In the South of the island is Sleat, The Garden of Skye. From Ardvasar the ferry sails to Mallaig and its here too that the Clan Donald is located. Beautiful gardens, restaurant, heritage centre. Just a few miles back towards the main road is the Gaelic College of Sabhal Mor Ostaig. Its also worth driving over the hill to Ord at this junction, the scenery is spectacular. Above is an image of Isleornsay, South Skye.
To the North of Portree lies the stunningly beautiful Trotternish peninsula with its amazing rock structures. If you have access to a car, don’t miss the mountain road over the Quiairing. You should also see the Kilt Rock, find a few fossils, climb the gentle hill to The Old Man of Storr and work your way round to Uig where the ferry departs to the Outer Hebrides, namely Uist and Harris. Above is pictured The Old Man of Storr.
To the North West is Dunvegan with its superb castle and active seat of the Clan MacLeod. All along this road are sites of interest that the visitors enjoy so be sure to take your camera. From Dunvegan onward towards Glendale you really see Skye and the wilderness at its best. Above is an unusual view of Dunvegan Castle, seat of the Clan MacLeod.
The West side of Skye is tranquil place. Its reached from two roads: the Elgol road at Broadford Hotel; and the Sligachan – Glenbrittle road.  Dont miss the Minginish Peninsula and the home of Talisker Whisky – Carbost. This is a lovely road with little traffic and Glennnbrittle a truly magnificent walking destination.  Above is a lovely winter view of the old bridge at Sligachan with the Cuillin Hills of West Skye in the background.
Mainland Scotland
Strathgorm is only a few minutes from The Skye Bridge so you have easy access to the north west coast of Scotland. Most guests will visit the unspoiled highland village of Plockton, the magnificent Eilean Donan Castle  and perhaps, if you have time, the Mountain Road to Applecross, a 2000+ feet high “pass of the cattle” you will never forget!