Visiting the Isle of Skye with a Motorhome

Visiting the Isle of Skye with a Motorhome

by Scottish Tourer June 06, 2019

Why Skye? 

Skye offers some of the best scenery to be found on the Scottish islands.  The Drive to Skye itself with the motorhome provides you with time to relax with your party and enjoy some breath-taking views along the way. Skye is now easily accessible by bridge which was opened in 1995, plus you have the option of the ferry from Malllaig to Armadale and don’t worry about taking the motorhomes on board the ferry is a just a case of driving on and off again.   Skye is perhaps best known for its quaint fishing villages, castles and rugged landscapes.  As Skye is the 2nd biggest island in Scotland it has plenty to offer for any budding motorhomer wanting to visit. 

Isle of Skye Bridge

 

Choose a Scottish Tourer Motorhome to complete your holiday.  

Give yourself the freedom they offer to explore many of the wonderful villages in Skye. Your motorohme comes fully equipped with everything you to to find the perfect wild camp spot and take in the beauty, enjoy a BBQ with some locally sourced prawns from the fishing villages and a glass of wine in the fresh air. Embrace the slower pace of life and meet the locals in their friendly music filled pubs. 

What is there to do?

 Not Just an island Skye has so much to offer than just a drive around the coast. 

  • Are you brave enough for a dip in the fairy pools found at Glen Brittle? These have become very popular for wild swimming in recent times. 

Scottish tourer customer enjoying the fairy pools on the isle of skye

  • Enjoy a meal at one of the award winning restaurants, The Three Chimneys. Lose yourself in the cosy, candle lit, romantic meal they have to offer you. Why not sample some of the local beverages to compliment your dinner? 
  • Visit Dunvegan castle and learn about some of the history Skye is steeped in. 

Dunvegan Castle with Scottish tourer - tour of Skye 

  •  Take a walk up to the Old Man of Storr and enjoy the views of the Sound of Rassay and the mainland. This is a relatively easy walk for most at 4.5km and 288metres.  If walking is your go to then why not do the Quiraing which is the largest landslip in the country. It has to be seen to be truly appreciated although it is classed as a hard walk so be sure to check the weather.

Old mann of Storr

  •     Take to the Streets in Portree and watch the Skye pipe band play in the square every Tuesday evening over the summer.
  •     Enjoy a ceilidh and the local musician at Edinblain Inn on a Sunday afternoon.
  •     Embrace the Island and the water that surrounds it. Whether you fancy getting out on the water or staying dry there’s something to suit          everyone.  
  •     Take a swim if you’re brave enough, there is an indoor swimming pool if you’d rather
  •     Try your hand at Sailing and enjoy the sea breeze.
  •     Take a picnic to the beach and see what wildlife you can spot, seals, otters or even a whale.
  •     Watch the sunset over a beautiful island and holiday by the beach.

Why a Motorhome? 

At Scottish Tourer we provide you with your luxury hotel on wheels.  Have the freedom to drive to your destination and if it’s not for you, simply move on and choose one of our fabulous wild camping spots.  We provide all the information you require to plan your route and make the most out of your trip. If you have any specific requirements, please let us know to see if we can meet them. Enjoy the personal touch from the very beginning, you deal with us throughout enquiries, booking and your holiday. We are available during your holiday should you require any assistance. We have a variety of motorhomes to suit all parties that wish to travel. Please take a look at our website for more information https://www.scottishtourer.co.uk/ . 
 

Scottish tourer motorhome on the isle of skye


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