Travel west to the Kyle of Lochalsh before crossing the bridge to the Isle of Skye, where you will find many connections to Clan Macleod.
The Macleods of Raasay who fought alongside Bonnie Prince Charlie suffered severe retribution by the government forces as a consequence of their involvement in the Jacobite rebellion.
Visit the Bloody Stone in Glen Sligachan marks the site of the last clan battle between the MacDonalds and the Macleods in 1601. Further north lies the picturesque harbour village of Portree where, in 1746, Bonnie Prince Charlie bade his final farewell to Flora MacDonald. She helped him escape following this defeat at Culloden.
Perfectly combining culture, history and food and drink, the Aros Experience on the outskirts of Portree is well worth the visit before you continue on your journey.
Head to the west of Skye and visit the principal seat of the Macleod chiefs, Dunvegan Castle. The exhibits on display include the Fairy Flag whose magical powers are said to have offered the Macleods protection in times of greatest need.