Isle of Skye

Isle of Skye Isle of Skye Isle of Skye Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is situated off the North West coast of Scotland and is the largest and most popular of the Inner Hebrides. Skye is famous for its natural beauty and wildlife and is steeped in a wealth of history. Known for its famous Cuillin mountain range, a magnet for tourists and walkers, Skye offers the perfect fitness hideaway.

The island has a residential population of over 9,000 people although during the summer this can treble with visitors.

Be Your Best Bootcamp is based at the islands capital Portree in the north east of Skye and is the perfect escape from busy and hectic lifestyles. There is no better place to enhance your fitness, appreciate the outdoors and fill your lungs with pure, fresh air.

How do I get there?

Transfers can be arranged from Inverness at an additional cost of £70 return.

Alternatively, there are three buses a day from both Glasgow and Inverness airport/bus station(s).

Please click on the link below for bus times. (Please note all buses leave from Portree square to both Glasgow International airport and Inverness airport). We recommend booking in advance for discount rates.

If travelling by car please click on the link below using the post code IV51 9ES as your destination:-

Trains are available to Kyle of Lochalsh and transfers can be arranged to Portree at no additional cost. Click on the link below for your Scottish city train connections. Most frequent run from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.

What can I expect to see on the island?

An abundance of wildlife including: Red deer; seals; otters; golden eagles; basking-sharks and yes - whales.

Magical scenery from dramatic coastlines to hidden gems not found in any guide books. Skye is known as a walker's paradise.

Historical Interests from Dunvegan Castle to Bonnie Prince Charlie's cave and feuding Clans, there is a story associated with almost every square mile of the island.

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