It's an island that needs no introduction.

The ethereal mist, craggy edges and mountainous corners of Skye are already likely to have placed Scotland's biggest isle at the top of your travel list. There's many reasons why camping on Skye is a great way to experience the isle. You'll find quiet spaces around lesser-travelled bends to set up camp, it's cosy and romantic, it's a great way of saving money, and you can sleep under the stars before exploring incredible landscapes and geology when you wake up.

Wild camping

Leave your worries about finding accommodation on Skye at the bridge or the ferry terminal - why stress when you have your own tent with you? Wild camping could be the answer, just make sure you always follow rules the Outdoor Access Code and leave no trace on the landscape.


Or choose a Skye glamping spot and combine camping with comfort. Enjoy the island's best bits with quirky options including wigwams, shepherd huts and cosy cabins.