Duntulm Bay Sunset II
Duntulm and Duntulm Bay are the most northerly point of the Trotternish peninsula of the Isle Of Skye in Scotland. Duntulm was originally a Pictish fortress, forming one of a chain of duns or forts stretching along the north coast of the Isle of Skye. On the arrival of the Norsemen the fort became the residence of a powerful Viking leader who gave it the name David's Fort. The place is notable for the coastal scenery coupled with the ruins of Duntulm Castle, which affords stunning views of the Outer Hebrides.