Explore these enchanting islands
The Isle of Skye dominates this part of Scotland with its towering mountains and jagged volcanic rock, making it an invigorating place for walkers, bikers and sailors navigating its intricate coastline.
The other islands of the Inner Hebrides are also fascinating to explore and each island has its own distinctive character. Smaller islands such as Eigg or Rum receive few visitors but offer superb hiking, Mull is famous for its wildlife and Islay for its whisky! The wildlife opportunities abound with vast quantities of seabirds, marine life and eagles soaring.
Whatever your reason for visiting this part of Scotland, these islands are sure to leave their mark on your memory and call you back again and again.
Things to see and do on the Inner Hebrides & Skye:
- Sail the stunning seas around Knoydart, Skye & the Small Isles on a combined sailing and walking journey
- Snap stunning photos of Skye and the West Highlands on a photography trip led by one of the UK’s best landscape photographers, Colin Prior
- Visit the Three Standing Stones at the awe-inspiring Kilmartin Glen during our Argyll & the Isles hiking holiday
- Experience the mouth-watering culinary delights that the Isle of Skye has to offer