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Parques y naturaleza en Skye

Museum
“Great if you are interested in history, particularly the MacLeod Clan. Nice castle gardens in spring / summer and seal boat trips”
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Puerto / Marina
“Sail from Elgol to Loch Coruisk situated in the heart of the Cuillen HIlls and spot seals on the way! The Misty Isle also runs boat trips from Egol to the Small Isles of Rum, Canna, Eigg and Soay.”
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Café
“There’s a park with beautiful garden s at Clan Donald. You have you pay an entrance fee, which also gets you into the museum. It’s great if you’re interested in highland history. You can also walk through the woods around the Clan within it paying a fee. The closest access from here is about 1 mile from here where where the rad bends left at a beach. It’s signposted. Great for running too. ”
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Parque
“It is easy to see why the Quiraing is so famous when you arrive here. The views are breath-taking!”
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Sitio histórico
“Short Walk and close by to the recently discovered thousands of years old Sauropod footprints.”
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Parque
“Boat trips around the coast including to the Isle of Rona, lovely friendly people and excellent food. ”
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Campground
“Glenbrittle Beach is beautiful. The blackened sand from the blackened Cuillin. Enjoy scenes of River Brittle flowing into (Sea) Loch Brittle. The islands out to sea are Canna (Central); immediately to the left a slither of land called Sanday; further to the left, the larger island of Rhum. The campsite has recently renovated their cafe, serving Barista Coffee etc., alongside cakes. There is also a small shop element to the cafe selling camping style basic foods, juice, postcards, etc., Why not take a stroll along the beach with your favourite coffee, mocha or cappuccino and a piece of cake. ”
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Mirador
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Parque
“Lovely scenic walk. Location for several films including Stardust, MacBeth. Great spot to watch the sunrise. ”
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Mirador
“Lovely, not too challenging walk with fantastic views, don't forget to keep an eye on the Sky line for Sea Eagles [they have white tipped tails], mostly seen flying in pairs, they partner for life. ”
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History Museum
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Campground
“DUNVEGAN CASTLE !!!!!! AWARDS: AA Scotland Campsite of the Year 2012 AA 4 Gold Pennant,Visit Scotland 4 stars,Scotland category winner - Loo of the year 2011. Platinum Award - Loo of the Year 2014.”
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Mirador
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Parque
“Stunning views from the top. A high level of fitness is required to climb up to the tables. No path for part of the way nearer the top. Animals graze on this ground so dogs must be kept on a lead at all times. Car parking is available at Orbost, or on the Glendale road. Allow 5-6 hours for this. ”
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Rv Park
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Mirador
“This trail is visible from the Holiday Home and offers an easy hike with superb views of Portree and the Black Rock”
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