Sea Lochs, Castles, Whiskey, and Food

Sea Lochs, Castles, Whiskey, And Food
For one of the most breath-taking experiences in the Scottish Highlands, take the A87 highway from Fort William to the Isle of Skye and descend into Glen Shiel to Loch Duich. A few miles farther along the lakeshore, you’ll suddenly come across the iconic sight of Eilean Donan Castle sitting on an island at the point where three of the great Scottish sea lochs meet.

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