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Claigan Coral Beach
#9 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
The track walk is pretty suitable for those with families or those who might find more challenging walks along some of the island's bigger view points (Storr, Quaraing etc) a bit too much
It's a bit of a walk though fields (probably too far for young children) to this beautiful beach but it was definitely worth it.
Fairy Glen
#6 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
Charming and fun, walk around the picturesque hills, climb on them and frolic like children, enjoy the quiet and pastoral and shoot a lot of photos, a nice place and welcoming, you can enjoy this beauty, this rese...
Easy climbs up the little hills and mounds, kids would love it and us adults with good imaginations.. Yep great little spot
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Skye Museum of Island Life
#8 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
A range of cottages portraying life on the islands - History of the Clearances, Family life, History of the Island.
Our children loved the set up scenes in each croft/building and were full of questions and delight.
Talisker Beach
#11 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
We were greeted by a very chatty cat and several peacocks once we'd parked the car, the walk to the beach is charming, the views all around are beautiful, and the beach itself is absolutely stunning, the children...
We took a family walk to this beach after a visit to The Old Inn at Carbost.
The Oyster Shed
#10 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
I have now visited a couple of times, with friends and family, and I would definitely recommend to those visiting Skye.
Lovely fresh food which the whole family really enjoyed.
Dinosaur Footprints at Staffin
#20 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
The whole family loved this! Amazing to see these - kids esp loved it!
Take some time to look for fossils and dinosaurs' footprints, let your children climb rocks, enjoy the sand at low tide and walk up the hill at the back of it.
Portree VisitScotland iCentre
#7 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
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Caledonian MacBrayne Hebridean & Clyde Ferries
#25 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
Great fun for the kids, the whole motion of a boat alongside spotting jelly fish in the sea turned just another journey into a fab experience.
There was even a ‘quiet room’ on one of the boats which was bliss because heaps of kids running around.
Giant Angus Macaskill Museum
#27 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
Definitely a highlight of our week on Skye and talking point of our family visit
Kids particularly liked the fact that he is Danny Macaskill's Dad and even got to sit on one of Danny's old bikes.
Dunvegan Castle & Gardens
#16 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
The water garden offers a splendid display of all sorts of flowering plants, especially in the hydrangea and fuchsia families, very artistically arranged, and the woodland walk is charming, well worth the climb to...
The accommodations were excellent and the accessibility to the castle, gardens and seal tour were perfect!! Our 13 and 11 year old kids had a great time as well!! Highly recommend to anyone!!
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Kilt Rock
#14 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
The viewpoint is easily accessible from the car park and children are well-protected from the cliff edge by a strong fence.
Another of Skye's lovely attractions offering easy access for the whole family.
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Sligachan Old Bridge
#13 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
wonderful views and easy to walk too, car park very close you need to keep children very close to you as the river is fast running and can be dangerous after rain and its in full spate there
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Portree Harbour
#19 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
Wonderful place to walk around, watching the boats coming in, the children playing, and just the general bustle of a harbor.
Its is quaint and beautiful,ideal stop off to book a boat trip,keeps adults and kids happy with quirky shops good artisan baker,and of course fresh fish and chips sitting on the harbour wall.The brightly painted b...
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Sound of Sleat Beach
#28 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
The kids spent most of their time exploring on the rocks, looking for shells, rock-pooling and paddling.
Definitely recommend however perhaps not a walk for young children.
Colbost Croft Museum
#24 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
... a shepherds hut has serve yourself tea and coffee etc, very well though through and the price £2.50 per adult, 50p a child I think, well worth every penny, you can even afford to buy a souvenir at that price.
Interesting to see all the manual tools from the blacksmiths to the weavers to the family home.
Fairy Pools
#12 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
Kids loved this walk which is always a bonus!! Amazing views all around and is well worth a visit.
Amazing place, quite an easy walk in this part of the world so ok for kids and older generation, the pools are amazing, totally beautiful and just enchanting.
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Dun Beag
#31 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
a good and also exilerating hike to stop good parking is available at botton on opposite side of the road, very interesting for aduts and children, superby views from top and foralll ages to see and enjoy
The walk is an easy walk (surrounded by sheep which my kids loved) and the Broch is absolutely gorgeous.
Staffin Fossil Museum
#32 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
Well worth a quick stop if you are nearby - the kids loved it and great to get some tips on where to go fossil collecting
Bright Water Visitor Centre
#40 of 77 things to do in Isle of Skye
A great resource for kids for a hands on expierience and a background on the author Gavin Maxwell.
This would be particularly good for children with lots of things to touch and feel.