The Isle of Skye has much to offer the visitor but no visit to this celebrated island is complete without at least a brief visit to the superb Alan Campbell Gallery.
Here you can discover Skye's spectacular scenery (even if the weather prevents you from seeing the real thing!). The beautiful timber-built gallery provides a relaxing and spacious venue for the display of Alan's extraordinary images that portray the island's unique landscape bathed in its renowned luminous light. Always on display are around 40 of Alan's finest photographs from classic mountain vistas and subtle coastal studies to though-provoking abstracts.
You are most welcome to visit the gallery simply to enjoy some fascinating images complemented, if you wish, with some wonderful freshly-ground coffee.
You may even wish to take home one of Alan's remarkable prints. Many of the photographs are immediately available for you to take home and those that aren't can be prepared and shipped for you.
The gallery sits on the outskirts of the village of Broadford in South Skye beneath the beautiful mountain Beinn na Caillich on whose summit (legend has it) lies buried a Norwegian princess. The gallery has convenient parking and is easy to find situated just off the main Broadford to Portree road about 8 miles from the Skye Bridge.