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All reviews light house car park the cliff stunning views steep steps single track outer hebrides long drive passing places isle of skye well worth the effort sea birds take your time great walk worth the trip sunny day parking area
The walk down the steps and back is much easier than it looks with fabulous views from the lighthouse. An interesting, but narrow roads drive from Husabost - must be challenging in summer. Call into the shop at Glendale which is an Aladdin's Cave.
The reason: hundreds of steps up and down. But absolutly worthy. Check it out! The lighthous is very old but seems still to be in use. Probably at summer time you can visit it from inside. The sourrounding coast is full of interesting birds. Watch...More
Neist Point is one of the most famous lighthouses in Scotland and is at the most westerly point of Skye near Glendale. It's an easy 45 minute walk down to the lighthouse and a beautiful location to watch the sunset.
The lighthouse is neat, but for me it was the views that stole the show. I just couldn't get enough of that beautiful water! It's a beautiful place, but be prepared for a hike. I can't believe I didn't get a picture of the endless...More
The drive to the lighthouse is about half an hour from Dunvegan Castle and a lot of the road is single track. We expected that it would be fairly quiet out there, but there were stacks of cars parked everywhere, and people clambering about all...More
Well worth seeking out this great location for views and good walks around this beautiful peninsula.
Looks like the parking areas have been improved and increased making access to this fabulous location much easier.
I drove from inverness to fairy pools then isle of skye. It was a pretty long drive but we really enjoyed the scenary. I would rate the view 8 out of 10 as the way to the top is bit steep and tiring .The shop...More