Visiting Glendale in the Isle of Skye can be one of the best Scottish tours one could ever have. ‘Glendale’, in Scottish-Gaelic term means ‘the valley of plain lands near river’. Also this small hamlet is a home for varied species of migratory birds and sea life. Vast green meadows and open blue sky; this place is so tranquil and calm that it can leave you spellbound. Lush green fields idly swaying to the breeze and clean roads not intending to reach anywhere can surely be a direction for you to reach a happier state of mind. Away from the maddening crowds of city life, Glendale’s environment can bring man closer to nature. Neist Point, which is at the end of the Glendale borderlines, appears as if it is meeting with the open endless skies over Glendale.
If you’re travelling to the Isle of Skye; travel to Glendale. Do add Glendale to your travel itinerary.
Glendale Travel Tips
Essential travel information and Glendale tips for your visit
- Booking in advance for hotel accommodation is recommended.
- Do carry winter wear as necessary.
- Be careful with the thresholds while visiting lighthouse and its viewpoint.
- For hiring a taxi from the airport, booking in prior is recommended.