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Skye

Skye (Gaelic: An t-Eilean Sgitheanach) is the largest and most northerly of the Inner Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland, linked to the mainland by a toll-free bridge. It's a rugged mountainous island with spectacular scenery. Portree is the main village, with a tourist infomation centre, and the main concentration of accommodation.

97km

57.333-6.266
Sights

Neist Point Lighthouse

lighthouse in Highland, Scotland

42km

57.42347222-6.78827778

Colbost

Hamlet on the Isle of Skye, Scotland

55km

57.443-6.648

Dunvegan Castle

Scottish castle

61km

57.448-6.59

Dunvegan

village on the Isle of Skye, Highland, Scotland

62km

57.437-6.581

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Outer Hebrides

United Kingdom
The Outer Hebrides is the geographical name of the westernmost chain of islands in the Hebrides, west of the Scottish Highlands. They're sparsely populated with poor soil and few resources; historically they were separate local government areas, which hindered their development and culture. But during the 20th century many islands became linked by road, and politically they were linked into the Western Isles, so nowadays they're usually called by that name.

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