Ian Macleod Distillers have teamed up with with VisitScotland Scotland 2012 to offer people the chance of winning a three-night self-catering break for two to the Isle of Skye, the spiritual home of their blended whisky.
As part of the Year of Creative Scotland, the prize includes return ferry travel from Mallaig to Armadale, a rare bottle of Isle of Skye 21 Years Old and up to £200 towards travel and spending money.
Once there, the lucky visitors can enjoy the views from the imposing skyline of the Black Cuillin shrouded in Celtic mist and towering high above the picturesque Glen Brittle, to the extraordinary cliff-like edge of Trotternish Ridge north of Portree.
They will also be invited to indulge their creative side by experiencing the unique Poetry Trail at the Clan Donald Museum which brings to life the history of the Highlands and Islands through the Jacobite risings, to the sweeping cultural changes where clansmen became crofters and chiefs became landlords.
For full details and terms and conditions, visit: www.isleofskyewhisky.com/competition.