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One of the areas of Skye we hadn’t touched on before our recent trip was the Sleat Peninsula. Sleat is the southernmost peninsula of Skye and, arguably, the least visited. This is largely because of geography: Sleat is also known as the “garden of Skye”, as it features more arable land and a gentler profile when compared to, say, the mountainous core of Skye or the steep contours of the Trotternish Peninsula. In fact, the peninsula’s name comes from the Old Norse sléttr, meaning “smooth” or “even”.

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