GLENBRITTLE From the B8009 you can also take an unmarked road south to Glenbrittle, well known for its scenic splendour.A small vehicle ferry operates on the 15-minute crossing between Sconser (11 miles south of Portree) and Raasay numerous times a day during the summer (not Sundays) and less frequently out of season.Due to its popularity with tourists, you will find many craft shops and cottage museums.As for sports, you can visit the swimming pool in Portree, play golf at Sconser and Skeabost or go pony trekking.It is the ideal place for a day excursion or a longer stay.There is only one road on the island and no filling station, so if you take your car over, make sure you have a full tank of petrol.
This water sport's session is suitable for all levels, from beginner to advanced, but requires an average degree of athletic ability.
Your expert driver will ensure your time on the water is safe and fun filled, and even let you pick the speed of your ride -- anywhere from a smooth glide across the surface of the wake, all the way to a white-knuckle ride that surpasses any theme park experience.
End your day of adventure in the best way possible -- zipping around the bay on a jet ski!
If all the properties at Llanddinog are booked as a group, together they offer 7 bedrooms potentially sleeping up to 14 people, great for family gatherings or group holidays with friends.
One of the largest and best known Scottish islands, Skye is particularly famous for its mountain scenery.
From Skye you will see Dun Caan - the distinctive flat-topped 1456 foot high mountain (an extinct volcano) that makes Raasay look like a shark whose fin has been cut at the top. It was long owned by the Macleods of Lewis until 1843 when the last chief became bankrupt and went to Tasmania.