The Isle of Skye is one of the most thrilling places to go wild swimming in Scotland. Also known as the Misty Isle, the Isle of Skye experiences on average 1810.0 mm of rainfall every year so you won't be stuck for finding a place to go for a dip. Whether you prefer to dip in the sea or a
Spar cave is an impressive historic cave located just outside of the village of Elgol on the Isle of Skye. The geographic formations on the cliffs surrounding spar caves are phenomenal and worth a visit on your trip to the Isle of Skye.
Staffin Beach is one of the most popular beaches to visit on the Isle of Skye due to its incredible black sand and the famous dinosaur footprints that are revealed here at low tide. Staffin Beach is also relatively easy to get to in comparison to some of the other beaches on the Isle of Skye which makes it appealing to tourists.