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The Isle of Skye is situated off the West coast of Mainland Scotland, and is the largest and most known of the Inner Hebrides. Portree is the largest town on Skye and is set around a picturesque natural harbour and offers an excellent range of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants.
The harbour fringed by cliffs includes a pier that was designed by Thomas Telford, renowned as being the father of civil engineering. Attractions in the town include the Àros Centre which celebrates the island's Gaelic heritage. The centre is also the access point for walks in the Portree Forest. The Royal Hotel is the site of MacNab's Inn, the last meeting place of Flora MacDonald and Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1746. Portree is a bustling port with and a thriving cultural centre. The recently refurbished An Tuireann Arts Centre offers contemporary visual arts and crafts plus an imaginative café and there is also the highly acclaimed Skye Scene Highland Ceilidh where visitors have the opportunity to participate in the authentic musical experience that the word ceilidh originally described.
North of Portree is the spectacular scenery of Trotternish Ridge, wild country dominated by weird and wonderful rock formations such as the Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock and the truly extraordinary pinnacles of the Quiraing.
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