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What’s on Inverness

Breathtaking natural beauty is synonymous with the Highlands and Skye. With its snow-capped mountains, spectacular glens, glittering lochs and vast stretches of coastline, the area is perfect for people who love the great outdoors. Whether you’re into climbing, cycling, sailing, walking, watersports or wildlife, or simply looking for a bit of peace and quiet amid dramatic scenery, Highlands and Skye has something for you. Culture and heritage is important here, too. Highland games and highland dancing are celebrated in gatherings held all over the region during the summer months, and a huge variety of music and arts events are held throughout the year. So, with never a shortage of things to do and see, make sure you put the Highlands and Skye at the top of your list of places to visit in Scotland.

regional highlights

26th November 2014, Inverness:

Sean Cannon, Eamonn Campbell, Gerry O’Connor and Paul Watchorn are all true legends of Irish Folk music.

26th November 2014, Skye:

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

29th November 2014, Inverness:

Featuring The Formations, this ultimate celebration of the sweet sound of Motown is back.

13th December 2014, Highlands:

Christmas gifts to buy and to make, plus activities for all ages.

16th December 2014, Strathpeffer:

Santa has sent Molly & Mac an invitation to come to Lapland to perform their Sticky Kids Christmas Singalong – an action-packed singalong show for 2 – 6 year olds.

17th & 18th December 2014, Strathpeffer:

This is a fun-filled adventure for all the family, featuring original songs, hilarious characters, evil baddies, a loveable skunk and of course Rapunzel with loads and loads of hair.

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.

Year-round, Highlands:

Glencoe is nationally important for its landscape, wildlife, history and geology and as a tourist destination.

Year-round, Northern Highlands:

A ruined castle dating from the sixteenth century.

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.


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