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Famous for its mythical creature and beautiful scenery.

    Jagged and remote, the Highlands are perfect for mountain climbing, trekking, and romantic breaks in peaceful cottages.

    With the city of Aberdeen at its heart, this is a fertile land bordered by dramatic cliffs, ruined forts and fishing towns.

    A varied landscape where coast and countryside meet and history and wildlife are in abundance.

    Rough and mountainous coastline, perfect for an action-packed or relaxing holiday

      Known as the 'Queen of the Hebrides', this beautiful island is home to fantastic Scottish scenery

      Climb Ben More, explore the stunning coastline, or go hill walking. There is plenty to do during a visit to the Isle of Mull.

      One of Scotland's most famous islands, the Isle of Skye offers a wealth of things to do and explore.

      Discover historic castles, abandoned towns and mysterious stone circles on the dramatic Outer Hebrides islands.

      Prehistoric villages, abundant wildlife and Neolithic architecture make Orkney an adventurous destination.

      The ice-carved cliffs and glens of the Shetland Isles are attractive to photographers, hikers and romantic couples.

      A beautiful region found along the West Coast of Scotland.

      Discover a fascinating city in the heart of the naturally beautiful Clyde Valley

      A combination of iconic landmarks, charming towns, dramatic coastline, peaceful countryside and the vibrant capital city.

      Historic towns sit among undulating hills and popular walking trails. Fish, cycle and explore to your heart’s content.

      Perfect for mountain biking and off-road adventures, followed by lazy seaside strolls and evening supper in local pubs.

      The Cairngorms

        Discover some of Scotland's most stunning scenery and get your adrenaline pumping with a wide range of outdoor pursuits

          This diverse region boasts dramatic mountain ranges, as well as striking port towns filled with tempting local bistros.

          Perfect for family fun, you’ll find miniature railways, winding coastal paths and intriguing heritage centres in Angus.

          A stay in Fife puts you next to ancient golf courses, dramatic country parks and an impressive collection of sandy beaches.

          Towering monuments, historic citadels and fun activities for kids give holidays here a taste of adventure and excitement.

          Discover centuries-old palaces and lively annual music festivals in the verdant landscape of Perth and Kinross.


            Ayrshire and Arran