Isles of the Scottish Highlands

The road to the Isles are considered as one of the best drives in Scotland.

There are some stunning mountain views, white sandy beaches, stunning shimmering lochs, historical places, great views, cliffs, sandy beaches, and breath-taking scenery of the isles of
Canna, Eigg, Rum, Skye, and Muck with unique flora and fauna, backdrop's of snow-capped peaks and spring flowers and a rich folklore and history.

Driving in the Isles is a popular choice, with visitors bringing their own vehicles

Larger villages, towns and townships are connected by a selection of well-surfaced A class roads,
while in more remote areas drivers can expect B class roads, designed for single traffic with regular passing places.

The quiet roads in the Isles are perfect for Scottish island cycling breaks, and seeing the isles under pedal power is a popular choice with visitors – some people bring their own cycles, while others hire bikes.