How To Get Here

Travelling to Skye can be part of the adventure and there are so many routes to choose

By Car from Inverness

From Inverness it is a 2 hr 10 min drive from Inverness Airport which has direct flights from Heathrow with British Airways www.hial.co.uk.

 

By Train from Inverness

You can also travel by train from Inverness to Kyle on one of the worlds most scenic routes – Duisdale and Toravaig are 20 mins taxi ride from here.

https://www.scotrail.co.uk/scotland-by-rail/great-scenic-rail-journeys/kyle-line-lochalsh-inverness

 

By Car from Glasgow and Edinburgh via Skye Bridge

It is a 3.5 hour drive from Glasgow via Loch Lomond National Park, Glencoe Visitor Centre, Fort William Eilean Donan Castle.

It is a 4 hr 20 min drive from Edinburgh via Perth, House of Bruar,  Dalwhinnie Distillery and Eilean Donan Castle.

 

By Car via Fort Willam and then ferry from Mallaig to Armadale

Take the “Harry Potter” route and drive to Mallaig via spectacular Glen Finnan, then take the Calmac ferry to Armadale which is 15 mins drive from Duisdale.

https://www.calmac.co.uk/article/2939/Skye-Mallaig—Armadale

 

By Train from Glasgow

For a more sustainable way to travel why not take the train from Glasgow to Mallaig via Fort William.

The journey from Fort William to Mallaig is where Harry Potter was filmed and it classed as one of the UKs most scenic rail journeys.

https://www.scotrail.co.uk/scotland-by-rail/great-scenic-rail-journeys/west-highland-line-glasgow-oban-and-fort-williammallaig

You can then take the boat to Armadale. Duisdale is a 15 minute taxi ride from the pier.

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