The Sleat peninsula on the Isle of Skye is a destination that rewards slow travel and curious cultural investigation. Sleat presents a greener side to the famous island, it’s known as ‘the garden of Skye’ for good reason, and combines historic attractions with sandy beaches, delightful woodland walks with the most stunning views east to the Scottish mainland and west to the peaks of the Cullins.
An impressive home to eagles and otters, castles and crofts, the peninsula also boasts a rich cultural heritage that is proudly focused on Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Scotland’s National Centre for Language and Culture, and an independent partner of the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Catching the Waves and the Wind in the Wild
Reconnect to nature and yourself through our stunning seascapes.
What Skye Means To Me
"No matter how many times during these years, when transferring a patient from Portree to Raigmore in Inverness did I take it for granted, the beautiful scenery that I was travelling through. It was also a privilege, on a daily basis to meet so many interesting people, who all had a story to tell..."
Love on the Isle of Skye
Discover how the Isle of Skye brought together this couple from the North East of England...