Achiltibuie (Scottish Gaelic: Aichillidh Bhuidhe) is a village in the Council Area Highland in Scotland. The village is located about 16 kilometers north of Ullapool and southwest of Lochinver in the sparsely populated region of Wester Ross, which belonged to the former county of Ross-shire. The main economic factors of the place are sheep farming and tourism. In Achiltibuie live about 300 people. The village is the largest village on the peninsula Coigach. Nearby are Polbain, Reiff, Brae of Achnahaird and Culnacraig. The town is located on the bay Badentarbat Bay, which is part of the Minch, a strait between the Scottish mainland and the island of Lewis. In Badentarbat Bay are the Summer Islands, which are only accessible by boat and of which only one island is inhabited. In Germany, the place has achieved a certain notoriety in the weekly newspaper Die Zeit through the column Mail from Achiltibuie by Reiner Luyken. In Achiltibuie also plays Luykens book Scots tight.