Uig Bay is a sheltered inlet of on the west coast of the Trotternish peninsula on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
How to get there:
Ferry from mainland to Stornaway.
Toilets and changing at Reef beach nearby, local community shop in Uig.
Be aware of tides and weather subject to change at will.
Ins and Outs:
Little harbour in the lovely village of Cnip (English – Kneep) or just launch off any white sandy beach.
The stunning beaches and little harbours are an ideal place to launch for a bit of island exploring or maybe a little bit of surf action, my personal favourite is the little island of Pabbay Mor, uninhabited with it’s own special lagoon and even a giant stone arch. Takes a bit of effort to paddle to the lagoon but well worth the effort, you may see seals porpoises and maybe the odd basking shark along the way.