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Two Night in Isle Of Skye and one in Fort William - or the reverse?

We will be in Scotland in late June for 13 nights.  We are making our way from Edinburgh to Stirling...Aberdeen...Inverness.  After Inverness, I wanted to go to Isle of Skye and then Fort William before heading on to Glasgow.  Not sure what would be the best way to split the three nights.  Any opinions?



  • HorizonsHorizons Member, VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭✭✭
    IMO first two nights in Portree followed by one night in Glasgow. Visit Eilean Donan castle when driving in to Portree and on the way back take the Mallaig - Armadale ferry followed by the Road to the Isles (Morar + Arisaig) and Glenfinnan before driving to Fort William for a night. The weather won't be massively different between the two so I won't state it as a factor.
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