Photos of Uig on Skye's Trotternish peninsula, Highland
Uig is a picturesque village on the west coast of Trotternish, Skye's largest peninsula. It is built around Uig Bay which offers great views all around. It also provides Skye's main ferry link to Harris and North Uist. Uig Bay and its village are particularly stunning at dusk when the sun is behind the Western Isles and in the morning when the sun's first rays shine upon the distinctive Ru Idrigill headland.
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