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Campsites and Holiday Parks in Isle Of Skye

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1 bookable site within 40 miles of your location

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Canna Campsite, Isle of Canna, Highlands and Islands

20.2 miles

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Canna Campsite

Isle of Canna, Highlands and Islands, Scotland Show on map (A)
  • Car-free environment on the Isle of Canna in the Hebrides
  • Campfires encouraged: dedicated firepits on site
  • Picnic tables and barbecues for guests' use
Non-electric grass tent pitch unlimited x From £10/€11.40/A$17.89/US$13.26/CA$17.52/CHF13.17/SEK116.97/DKK84.96/NOK107.67/ISK1,442/ARS366.26/CLP8,446/PEN43.52/NZ$19.13/ZAR181.40/PLN49.08/R$49.71/CZK293.98/RSD1,346/HUF3,694.37/RUB840.72/CN¥85.39 per night

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Camping in Skye should be available on subscription. (And prescription, but we don’t think the government would go for that.) Your Skye package would include several trips a year to the isle, the biggest in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides, with the opportunity to upgrade every so often by running away from responsibilities to an Isle of Skye campsite for at least a month.

The Isle of Skye is so much ‘Scotland in miniature’ we’re sure its stupendous sights are somewhere on a shortbread tin: purple-clad heather moors, old crofts, an ancient castle (Dunvegan, the oldest inhabited one in Scotland), red deer, golden eagles, and mountain peaks viewable from almost every island spot. These are the 12 munros of the Cuillin range, which hillwalkers from all over come to Skye to tackle; while we fully admire their fortitude, you’ll likely find us instead at one of the island’s four whisky distilleries or salmon fishing off the shore.

We also must broadcast about the Skype capital of Portree, supposed base of Quidditch team Pride of Portree, and actual base of a highly pretty harbour and the award-winning Aros Centre for concerts, theatre and film.