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Location

Sleat Peninsula, Isle of Skye, Scotland

Eravue is a Skye holiday home close to the island’s main transport links of the Skye Bridge and Armadale. It’s the perfect location for a Highland holiday and a great base for exploring Skye. The Cuillins, Talisker and a range of Skye activities are within easy reach during your Isle of Skye holiday.

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Things to do on Skye

Camuscross beach

The beach is a 5 minute walk down the hill, amazing rock pools

Isle Ornsay

Just a 15 minute walk to the harbour and the Praban Bar

Sleat Peninsula

With lots to see and do there’s plenty to enjoy without going far

Broadford and Portree

The two largest towns on Skye are a short drive to the north

Big (and small) mountains

Skye is a mecca for walkers and climbers

Miles of coastline

Cliff tops and wild open seascapes

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How to get to Skye

The Road to the Isles or Hogwart's Express

By Road

Driving to Skye from Inverness or Glasgow takes you past breathtaking scenery and centuries of history. You can reach Skye through magnificent Glen Shiel or imposing Lochcarron so it’s worth picking a different route on your way home. Buses to Skye from Inverness and Glasgow run daily. Consult the AA’s route planner for more information.


By Train

The Highland Sleeper train is probably the most romantic way to reach Skye. The train takes you to Fort William or Inverness but you’ll need to hire a car for the last leg. Normal train services operate between Inverness and the Kyle of Lochalsh and also between Fort William and Mallaig. Visit the National Rail Enquiries website for more information.


By Ferry

Although the Skye Bridge is now the main link to the island, you can still go ‘over the sea to Skye’. Caledonian MacBrayne operates the ferry from Mallaig to Armadale. For an island hopping journey Uig in the north of Skye links to Tarbert on Harris and Lochmaddy on North Uist. See CalMac’s website for more information.


By Plane

The closest airport is Inverness, which has direct flights arriving from many UK and some European destinations. Car hire is available direct from the terminal. The scenic drive from the airport to Eravue takes around 2 hours and initially follows the path of Loch Ness. Alternatively flying in to Glasgow or Edinburgh then takes around 5 hours to drive to Eravue.