Driving from Fort William to the Skye Bridge takes about an hour and a half with the journey along the A82 and A87 offering breath taking scenery. From Portree take the A855 Trotternish Road North towards Staffin. We are in North Duntulm, Aird, a few miles above Staffin and Flodigarry which is about 20 miles from Portree.
Trains operate between Inverness and Kyle of Lochalsh where a bus can be caught to take you on to Skye. Check the national rail website for up to the minute train times and notices.
Skye and Lochalsh can be reached by coach from Inverness, Glasgow and Fort William, which have good links to other parts of the UK. Local buses are also operated within the area and there is a bus stop close to Kilmaluag Bay.
The Road to the Isles from Fort William takes you to Mallaig where you can then sail over the sea to Armadale on Skye with Caledonian MacBrayne ferries. During the Summer months, there is also a privately run ferry between Glenelg and Kylerhea on Skye.
If you are arriving on Skye from the Western Isles, you can get a ferry from Tarbert (Harris) or Lochmaddy (North Uist) to Uig. Visit Calmac site for details. Kilmaluag Bay is just 15 minutes from the ferry terminal.
Inverness is Skye’s closest airport, and takes you in 3 hours to Kilmaluag Bay. Flybe.com provides cheap daily flights to many destinations in the UK and the continent.