The Isle of Skye, the largest island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland is known for its rugged and picture-postcard landscapes, quaint fishing villages, glorious beaches and medieval castles but to name a few.
From the panoramic views at Nest Point Lighthouse looking out across to the Outer Hebrides and beyond, to cycling past the imposing and famous rocky Old Man of Storr in the Trotternish peninsula, you're in for a treat around every corner.
With the exception of the busy summer holiday the roads are largely quiet and with plenty of cafes and coffee stops along the way you can be sure of fantastic adventure - even if the weather isn't as we found it.
Below you'll find personally recommended cycling cafes and coffee stops within Isle of Skye, along with our very own cycle routes, including GPX files for those looking to visit the area and explore by bike.
Each cafe has been meticulously reviewed and visited to ensure you know everything from how good the coffee and cake selection is, how easy it is to store your bike, affordability and whether it's suitable for cycling groups.