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Plockton in Pictures

The tiny village of Plockton, on the west coast of Scotland is at the heart of the finest scenery in the country, renowned throughout the world as the 'jewel of the Highlands'.  Shown below are just a few images of Plockton and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a wonderful Highland holiday or weekend break to recharge the batteries ready to head back to the outside world. Click on an image to see a larger version, then click the arrow to see the next photo. Enjoy!

Plockton at its very best, the small boats at anchor in the bay
Harbour Street with its famous palm trees, Plockton's familiar icons!
Big visitor! 'the Hebridean Princess' at anchor in Plockton
Looking up towards Achmore, one of Plockton's many rainbows
Harbour Street and it's row of chocolate box houses
The golden colours of Autumn at nearby Achmore
Eilean Donan Castle at Dornie, ancient seat of the Clan Macrae
Attadale House and Gardens, just a few miles from Plockton on Loch Carron
Duncraig Castle and the Plockton Crags
The Cuillins of Skye from Loch Carron
Plockton's famous Edwardian railway station, and site of 'Off the Rails', newly refurbished luxury self-catering accommodation
Harbour Street with the Applecross Mountains beyond
High above the village looking across to Duncraig Castle and the Crags
One of Plockton's many walks. The path along the Brae runs high above the village with some great views
Washing the creels after a days catch. Plockton is still very much a fishing village
Plockton has many creeks and hidden bays, this is looking towards Alt na Craeg on Harbour St.
The hairy coo's at Duirinish, just a few miles from Plockton
The village is known world-wide as a haven for yachts. This one, the Vamos had sailed all the way from Alaska!!
One of the great views of the village, looking across to Loch Carron from Harbour Street
All roads lead to Plockton, well most of the time!