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Places to Visit


Ayrshire and the Isle of Arran  Rugged hills to rolling pastures, country villages and seaside towns.  Home to the worlds finest golf courses.  Arran, an enchanting island, often described as Scotland in miniature.
Dumfries and Galloway  Scotlands best kept holiday secret.  200 Miles of coastline, rugged hills - a great place to escape to and unwind,
Scottish Borders  1800 Square miles of unspoilt colourful  countryside with a dramatic history.
Edinburgh and Lothians  Scotland's capitol, an exciting and bustling city full of things to see and do.
Glasgow and Clyde Valley  Widely recognised as one of Europe's most stylish and sophisticated cities, with world class museums, galleries, stunning architecture, great shopping and an exciting events calendar.
Angus and Dundee  Dundee - The City of Discovery and the beauty of the Angus Glens.  Lively towns, stunning countryside, great golf courses.
Kingdom of Fife & St Andrews  St Andrews - The Home of Golf, and in every corner of Fife there is an echo of Scotland's past just waiting to be discovered.
Perthshire  The heart of scotland, a holiday experiance for everyone, ranging from five star luxury to rugged activity breaks, you will find it all here.
West Highlands & Islands, Loch Lomond, Stirling and the Trossachs  Where the Highlands meet the Lowlands.  Savor the rich heritage of Royal Stirling, Falkirk and Clackmannanshire.  Explore Scotlands finest national park or escape Scotland's breathtaking Argyle and its Hebriderian islands.
Grampian Highlands and Aberdeen  More than 100 miles of unspoilt coastline and more mountains over 4000 feet than any other area in Scotland.  A favourite area of the Royal Family since Queen Victoria, see the granite cities and lush farmland at the heart of Scotland's Whisky industry.
The Highlands of Scotland  Wild and wonderful, dramatic and beautiful, the Highlands has it all.  Spectacular scenery, mountains, beaches, lochs and forests for all who like the great outdoors whether for a gentle walk or mountain climbing.
The Western Isles  Beautiful and remote, this 130 mile group chain of islands offers a unique holiday experience.  Home to a stunning array of wildlife and to locals who's friendly Gaelic welcome extends to visitors from all over the world.
Orkney  A peaceful island, home to millions of seabirds, road signs asking you to watch out for crossing otters, a long historical past, and an active social life fuelled by the most northerly distillery.
Shetland  The most northerly of the Scottish islands, originally belonged to Denmark and still retains a strong Scandinavian character.  Only 15 of the 100+ islands are inhabited, by about 23,000 people and over 100,000 seabirds.  A paradise for anyone with an interest in wildlife, heritage and toe-tapping music.

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