Uig is the Ferry port that takes you to Harris and North Uist in the outer Hebrides. On a clear day you can see the Outer Islands from here.
The name Uig has Viking origins like so many names on Skye and means a bay or inlet.
There are public toilets here should anyone need a break.
A wonderfully unique natural landscape, forming a series of miniature hills and hummocks, a tiny road winds its way between the funny formations. Some people say this land is inhabited by fairies. You have to see it to believe it. More photographs to remember your tour by.