The Isle of Skye is a place of raw, stunning beauty. It is truly a feast for the eyes. Though I still prefer the feast found in Provence, Bourgogne, Dordogne, Alsace, and really all of France, Skye is beautiful, remote, peaceful, and calm. It’s a part of us now.
On the last day of a trip, we usually repeat our favorite thing. And the decision was easy—Talisker Bay.
The Talisker Bay walk is an easy 20-minute walk that takes you on a path surrounded by mountains and sheep to a gorgeous waterfall at the sea, making an impression that will stay with you.
If in the area, you might as well combine the walk with a tour of the Talisker Distillery beforehand. The tour was fascinating. As the saying goes, “Today’s rain is tomorrow’s whisky.”
The bay walk must be done in the evening in order to see the sunset, as it will be enchanting indeed.