Surfing at Brims Ness
Big Sands, Gairloch
Isle of Skye
Eilean Donan Castle
The Strathspey Steam Railway
Caithness and Sutherland is a area of unspoilt, dramatic scenery in the far north of Scotland, indeed, on the extreme edge of Europe. The landscape features iconic mountains and flat, rolling moorlands with abundant, diverse wildlife.
From golden beaches and friendly dolphins to dramatic castles and a particularly mysterious monster, Inverness, Loch Ness and Nairn are sure to captivate any visitor.
Mention Fort William and everybody immediately thinks of Ben Nevis, but Lochaber is a paradise, not just for climbers and hill walkers but, for anyone who enjoys being in the outdoors. And it’s all on your doorstep at ‘Mountain View’, making it an ideal base for your outdoor holiday.
Nairn is an attractive seaside town with a prime location on the Moray Firth and is one of the driest and sunniest places in Scotland.
Located at the high lands of Scotland is a one of a kind county called Ross-Shire or also known as Ross. It is bordered with Sutherland along with Cromartyshire and Inverness-shire, which are all parts of the highlands of Scotland.
Skye is a truly magical place. The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it's home to some of Scotland's most iconic landscapes. Whether visiting for a few days whilst on a tour of Scotland or staying for a longer spell, the island has countless ways to enchant, with its mountain ranges, miles of dramatic coastline and captivating history.
The 'Greater Speyside' area in North-East Scotland treats you to an excellent mix of things to do and see with beautiful scenery. Activities such as fishing, golf, extreme outdoor sports, castles and famous distilleries will take up your time.
The coastline of Sutherland is breathtaking and features many places to visit such as Dunrobin Castle, Dornoch Cathedral, and Highland Stoneware in Lochinver.
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