The Cuillin is the mountainous centre of the island and several peninsulas radiate out from it. Depending on how you and your dog prefer to spend your holidays, there are several different regions of Skye to choose from. Waternish peninsula impresses with pretty villages and enjoys a quiet, rural setting. Portree offers all amenities and is ideal for guests that want to have both, access to the countryside and city life. Trotternish peninsula has the best-known rock formations, such as the 'Quiraing' or the 'Old Man of Storr' together with an extensive network of walking paths.
Play hide and seek with your dog in the ruins and enjoy a spectacular sunset here after a day of exploring the Waternish peninsula.
Explore the walled garden or the many woodland walks that surround the ancestral home of Clan MacLeod, which is the oldest continuously inhabited Scottish castle. Dogs are also welcome if they are kept on a lead.
Situated in the west of the island, this is the best spot to observe whales and dolphins. Birdwatchers will be eager to observe gannets, razorbills, and many different varieties of seagulls. Whilst you are observing the wildlife around you, your dog will be delighted in a long walk along the shore or a swim in the sea.