Galloway and the gateway to Scotland
Dumfries and Galloway is one of the hidden corners of Scotland, so often driven through en-route for the Highlands. The hills and coastline of Galloway are not to be missed offering the visitor with lots of choices of campsite …situated in some of Scotland’s most beautiful areas. Read more here.
The Highlands & Islands
Escape from it all with a trip to the stunning highlands and islands of Scotland. The western coast offers such variety and choice, from Skye with the rugged Cuillin mountains to Mull with it’s diverse bird life and environmental habitats. With castles and whisky distilleries galore…there is so much to do. Read more here.
Some of the towns and cities of Scotland bring together some of the very best in shopping, food and nightlife and cultural experiences. Who could fail to fall in love with towering Stirling Castle? Enjoy the bustle and retail choices of Glasgow or the history of Edinburgh with it’s bars and nightlife. Read more here.
In recent years the NC 500 has become famous for being one of the world’s best roadtrips, combining stunning coastal scenery, history and hills and lots to do along the route for all members of the family. Read more here.
The Northern Isles
The islands of Orkney and Shetland offer a real opportunity to get away from it all and during the summer months it hardly seems to get dark at all. With a stunningly diverse habitat, the islands of the far North provide visitors with a peaceful lifestyle enjoyed by very few. Not to be missed are the archaelogical remains…we recommend the Ring of Brogar on Orkney, and the sea cliffs where thousands of seabirds wheel and cry plaintively across the sky. Read more here.