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What’s on Skye and Lochalsh

Since the days of Sir Walter Scott and JMW Turner, the sharp, rugged outline of the Cuillins of Skye have taken people’s breath away. These high and mighty peaks dominate the landscape wherever you are on Skye. Mainland Lochalsh is rugged hill country too, and home to the famous, picture postcard attraction, Eilean Donan Castle, on the shores of Loch Duich – probably the most photographed historic attraction in Scotland.

area highlights

Easter - September, Isle of Skye:

Formerly part of the residence of Gavin Maxwell, naturalist and author, the museum contains interesting artefacts related to his life and work.

10th October 2014, Skye:

In 1937 Neil Gunn sold his house, quit his job and went off in an old converted lifeboat for a summer to inspire his writing; voyaging around the west coast of Scotland.

1st April - 15th October 2014, Skye:

Lying 22 miles west of Portree, Dunvegan Castle is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and has been the stronghold of the Chiefs of MacLeod for nearly 800 years.

23rd October 2014, Skye:

Dominic Hill, Artistic Director of the Citizens Theatre, revives his brooding, atmospheric Macbeth in celebration of the 2014 Year of Homecoming.

Easter - October, Skye:

The award-winning museum tells the history of the Highlands and Islands through the story of Clan Donald, its most powerful clan.

30th October - 3rd November 2014, Skye:

From Classic Jazz Standards and Silent Movies, to Big Bands & Cartoon Jazz, it’s all right here.

6th October 2014, Skye:

Idlewild’s latest tour will take an acoustic, stripped-back format befitting its intimate and often unique venues.

26th November 2014, Skye:

Fred Morrison is widely regarded as one of the greatest Scottish pipers alive today.

Year-round, Isle of Skye:

Circular in form and originally rising to more than 13 metres, Brochs date back to the last centuries BC and first centuries AD.

Year-round 2014, Highlands:

Covering some 2,550 hectares on the Lochalsh peninsula, this traditional Highland crofting estate is a diverse mix of Scotland’s most beautiful landscapes.


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