Cruising by Neist Point Lighthouse
Neist Point Lighthouse can be found on the westernmost point of the Isle of Skye, perched beneath a typically dramatic, angular cliff. Seabirds including gannets, black guillemots, razorbills and shags regularly frequent the area, and the waters around the point hold excellent potential for spotting dolphins, porpoises and minke whales, particularly during the summer months.[ReadMoreMob]
An amazing sight to capture on camera at any point of the day, the lighthouse has been in operation for over 100 years and represents the end of the popular route for hikers, who can look out to the Outer Hebrides from the area’s viewpoint. Neist Point’s basalt rock formations are said to closely resemble those of the Giant’s Causeway.