The Isle of Skye (Scotland / Part 3)

Travel north along the west coast and you’ll be among the many islands of Scotland. Plenty of grand views and castles abound as an abundance of bird flock along the landscapes.


Skye is the largest and northernmost of the Inner Hebrides, and has been occupied since the Mesolithic period. Since this time, it has been under Pictish, Celtic, and Norse rule until the 18th century.


Some of the pictures here are from the two day road trip around the island. One place I visited while on the island include the Skye Museum of Island Life. I’m also including the Eilean Donan Castle in this post, which is on the main land right next to the Isle of Skye.


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