This incredible island looks like it came straight out of a fairy tale...
The Isle of Skye, which often has the appearance of a fantasy novel illustration that has come alive, is a beautiful part of Scotland. There are currently about 9,232 people living there, though the transient population of tourists swells during the busy summer months. It's not hard to see why - who could resist the stunning scenery, with its vast emerald plains, playful rivers, rough mountains, and wild flower meadows?
Bright Side invites you on an exciting journey around the island, where you can enjoy the magic of local forests, hills, and waterfalls.
The Isle of Skye, with an area of 639 sq mi, is the second-largest island in Scotland.
The dazzling cliffs and hills are home to a wide variety of birds and other animals.
During the spring, thousands of flowers bloom and cover the island.
Autumn brings gorgeous purple blooms to the island.
Majestic mountains stretch as far as the eye can see.
Rolling green hills have become a signature sight for both the Isle of Skye and for all of Scotland.
The so-called Fairy Pools are considered to be the most beautiful area on the island.
The water here is always crystal clear.
Dunvegan Castle has been home to the Clan MacLeod for 800 years.
The bridge across the Sligachan River is a breathtaking sight.
The Quiraing is another fantastic local sight, combining sharp peaks, dramatic cliffs, magnificent meadows, and numerous hiking trails.
Sheep can be seen eating seaweed alongside Loch Slapin.
The island boasts a beautiful rocky coastline.
The coast offers an astonishing view.