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Lovely white sands and views

From parking up there is a lovely walk to the white coral beach. The sea is clear with lots of... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Adrian J
Pocklington, United Kingdom
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Easy Stroll - Worth the Stop

This was our second stop of the day after Neist Point and we're very happy we made the effort. The... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Kathleen B
Victoria, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

From parking up there is a lovely walk to the white coral beach. The sea is clear with lots of wildlife to see. This is definitely worth a visit if you are visiting Skye.

Thank Adrian J
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was our second stop of the day after Neist Point and we're very happy we made the effort. The stroll to the end of the beach is practically flat and the views are stunning. There were lots of cars in the parking area, but...More

Thank Kathleen B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a beautiful stretch of beach hidden in the north-western corner of Skye by the village of Claigan. Depsite the name, it’s not really coral but hardened bleached algae though a variety of colourful shells are noticeable on the beach. From the carpark, you...More

Thank Anuj_Mithani
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was windy and bracing but wouldn't have missed the walk to the Coral Beach. So unexpectedly beautiful in this wonderful, rugged landscape and we spent an hour just looking up at the view and down at the endlessly fascinating shells on the beach. Geoff...More

Thank geoffide
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Amazingly beautiful and peaceful beach, one of the most beautiful I have ever been. We were lucky to be there on a sunny day, so walking there from the carpark (which is very small!) was enjoyable and the path easy to walk (can be muddy...More

Thank 124marisah
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely walk to the beach and would be stunning if you get a sunny day - we got soaked to the skin as it was blowing a gale and pouring so not recommended in this type of weather unless you have the right attire. Beware...More

Thank 300linda
Reviewed 12 October 2017

You have to walk about a mile from the car park to get to the beaches, but this helps to preserve the quiet, remote nature of the place. I visited very early in the morning, so there was no one else around - I suspect...More

Thank M1DXB
Reviewed 10 October 2017

I'd seen the reviews on tripadvisor so decided to visit after going to Dunvegan Castle. You just keep driving after the castle until you get to a car park. The road between the castle and the car park is single track but it's only for...More

Thank manchesterLizard
Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

Good 30 minute trek each way along sometimes muddy path but worth it for the views, can be difficult to get parked.

Thank Fiona N
Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

We got here around lunch time to find the car park quite busy but a few spaces left. After a walk of about a mile you arrive at the beach. When we got there it was very quiet with only another 5 or 6 people....More

Thank David H
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Rachel C
5 May 2015|
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Yes Rachel as long as they are on a leash as you walk through a cattle farm where cows have young calves.