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The weather in the Isle of Skye
Find the Skye climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 16° However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in the Isle of Skye in January. It may rain 29 days in December while it typically rains only 17 days in April.
Find the best accommodation on the scenic Isle of Skye
Country homes and cosy cottages can be found by the sea on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Visitors to Skye enjoy the fascinating local history and rugged landscape that makes the island such an ideal holiday destination.
Arriving at Skye by train
For visitors travelling from Glasgow using public transport takr the train to Mallaig and then hop on a ferry to the town of Armadale on the Isle of Skye. The ferry crossing takes just 25 minutes and usually runs at least 10 times per day.
The maidens and fairies of Skye
Travellers should also visit MacLeod’s Maidens, the name given to a coastal area which features the tallest cliffs in the whole of Great Britain. Faerie Glen is a valley with a castle and tall green mounds forming a truly majestic landscape that makes it easy to see how the area got its mystical-sounding name.
Local attractions on the Isle of Skye
This grand residence by the water originally dates from the 13th Ventury. It has the distinction of being the longest continually inhabited castle in the whole of Scotland.
The Storr is a dramatically shaped natural rock formation which forms one the island's most prominent landmarks, the ‘Old Man of Storr’. This is the local name given to a rock that appears to keep watch over the surroundings.
An active geological area where the ground actually shifts throughout the year, Quiraing is a truly dramatic landscape of deep valleys and large open skies.
An outcrop of rock overlooking the sea, Neist Point is the location of an ornately designed lighthouse. It is a prime spot for nature photography or simply enjoying the calm ambience of this unspoilt landscape.
These steep cliffs with their beautiful lined formations are said to resemble a Scottish kilt. A pretty waterfall cascades into the sea from a height of 380 metres.
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