On Monday, we spent the day driving the Trotternish Loop, which is a 50-mile circuit around the northern part of the island. This loop drive offers the best scenery on the Isle of Skye. While on the drive we made the following stops: The Old Man of Storr; Lealt Gorge and Falls; Brothers’ Point; Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls; Quiraing; Duntulm Castle; and the Skye Museum of Island Life. I found this nice blog about the Trotternish Loop Drive with lovely photos and information on the various stops: https://www.nomads-travel-guide.com/skyes-trotternish-peninsula/
After we completed the loop, which took a good part of the day, we visited the Dunvegan Castle, en route back to Portree, where our was. Dunvegan Castle is the seat of the MacLeod of MacLeod, chief of the Clan MacLeod. Is that enough MacLeod's for you? It was a quintessential Scottish castle with plenty of noble history, stunning decor, and gardens; and all the lore you would hope for in a Scottish castle. To learn more about the castle and see some wonderful photos use this link: https://www.dunvegancastle.com
Enjoy the collection of photos below, which are just a wee few of the ones I took that day.