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12 Munros and 1 Michelin star: Skye is a perfect world for foodies, hikers and photographers.

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A landscape from another world

Skye has an abundance of Munros, the Black Cuillin range and an other-worldly landscape - enough to keep even the most accomplished hikers occupied. Then there are the restaurants: Loch Bay at Stein has been awarded a first Michelin star, and both Three Chimneys and Kinloch Lodge are world-famous so you can leave the Kendal Mint Cake in your daysack.

The Skye ferry arrives at Armadale on the Sleat peninsula, which is great for beaches, lochs, forests and glens. In the north you'll find the stark Trotternish ridge and the rocky pinnacles of The Storr. Stop off in the middle for the harbour town of Portree, with pretty cottages in pastel colours. Don't miss the fairy pools for a wild swim in crystal-clear waters, and for a dip into early human history, go to the Mesolithic site, An Corran - one of the oldest in Scotland (dating from around 7000BC).

Take care on our coast: slips and falls can happen in all locations, not just high cliffs. Check out these  RNLI Safety Tips   #RespectTheWater

For more information on Skye and Lochalsh visit the Isle of Skye website.