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Broadford), is the second-largest settlement on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, lying on the South West corner of Broadford Bay. Views over the bay extend out to the Isle of Pabay and more distantly to the Applecross mountains on the mainland.
Many visitors pass through Broadford without realising it has a harbour. In fact, it arguably has two. One pier, the more frequently used these days, can be found at the end of a narrow road on the western side of Broadford Bay. This part of Broadford, more properly known as Corry, is also home to the Broadford Youth Hostel.
The second harbour, known as "The Old Pier", lies behind the Dunollie Hotel; as you return from the harbour to the main road you pass a series of brightly painted little businesses and a book shop, and the Broadford Gallery Broadford’s claim to fame is that the famous liquor Drambuie was first sold here in the Broadford Hotel.