Scotland is home to some of the most striking landscapes in the UK. It is an excellent choice for any holiday goer as it has something for everyone.
This famous area is well know for it’s mythical monster. But what’s more, this destination offers tranquil beauty, scenic walks and historic castles as well as adventure sports. It is perfect for hikers, photographers and families. Make sure the kids keep their eyes peeled should they spot Nessie!
Glencoe village is located between the banks of Loch Leven and the mouth of the famous and historical glen. Glencoe is not only great for hillwalking and mountaineering, it is also ideal for exploring the Highlands of Scotland. Open all year round, this location is perfect for a holiday any time of year.
Loch Fyne is Scotland’s longest Sea Loch off the Firth of Clyde, stretching 40 miles from The Sound of Bute. Loch Fyne is popular for fishing and diving, but just as many people are drawn to this beautiful area by the historic castles such as Inverary Castle, Castle Masewen, Old Castle Lachlan and Tarbert Castle. Make sure you visit the famous Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, a restaurant, shop and smokehouse known for it’s oysters and other delicious foods.
Isle of Skye
The Isle of Skye is a truly magical place. Known for its rugged landscapes, historic castles, picturesque fishing villages and the magnificent scenery. If you are hiking then the places to explore are endless! Check out the fairy pools with their crystal clear water, the spectacular wildlife or the traditional Scottish pubs with local music. You may even witness the northern lights on some parts of Skye in the winter months!
Cairngorns National Park
Located in the heart of the Scottish highlands is double the size of the Lake District, and has more mountains, paths, rivers, lochs, wildlife , villages and distilleries than you can ever possibly imagine. Offering an array of things to do including walking, watersports, hiking, golfing and much more! Perfect for outdoor lovers who want to make the most of their holiday!