We love Scotland and its beautiful scenery, historic towns and villages, along with exciting cities. This website is independent of any funded tourism website and the opinions given are the webmasters. We hope the pictures of Scotland will inspire you to visit Scotland, to explore the wonderful countryside and see the wilderness areas of the Scottish Highlands and Islands, and of course to come back again.
Visit our Scotland
On visit our Scotland you will find information to areas throughout Scotland along with marketing information to help you find holiday accommodation. The maps used on this website are Google Maps, Bing Maps and Ordnance Survey Maps. Where relevant we have added old historical maps from the Ordnance Survey which are pre 1948. All maps are copyright of the provider and may be printed for single, personal use only.
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Use our interactive map to explore Scotland to find your perfect self catering holiday cottage.
Do something different this year and book a holiday on a boat or yacht to explore Scotland's lochs and canals.
Spoil yourself and book a holiday in a luxury lodge or caravan in park holidays locations throughout Scotland. Find your next lodge holiday on on interactive map.
The Forth Bridge with photograph taken at North Queensferry, the Forth Bridge is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Visit Scotland for beautiful scenery and experience a holiday or short break in locations throughout Scotland, from busy towns and cities to villages living on the edge of Scotland in the Highlands and Islands.
Scotland is such a beautiful country and has many free visitor attractions which you can visit and enjoy, along with other paid attractions including historical sites - castles and gardens, brochs and standing stones on the Scottish mainland and on the many islands that you can visit. Scotland's varied countryside, mountains and coastal areas provide you with places to explore or simply to get away from your busy work life and take time out to enjoy a short break or longer holiday.
Talmine in the far north of Scotland
Talmine Bay and an old boat wreck on the beach. Talmine is near Melness and Tongue in Sutherland and is one of my favourite places in the far north of Scotland. Talmine is close to Tongue and the nearby mountain - Ben Loyal.
Scotland boat holidays
Luxury boats for hire on the canals and lochs of the Great Glen near Inverness.
Boat holidays in Scotland on the Caledonian Canal, Loch Ness and other lochs in the Highlands of Scotland.
The Fleet is waiting for your booking
Scotland Golf Holidays
Scotland has outstanding golf courses and you will find them nearly everywhere, from the borders to the furthest reaches of the mainland and on many of the islands. Scotland does provide a wealth of destinations for persons interested in a golf holiday and most golf courses are open to visitors. Many of the famous golf courses offer Golf Passes which allow you to play several courses, normally at a substantial discount on normal daily rates.
St Andrews Golf Course
Nairn Golf Club
Drummond Castle Gardens
Scotland castles attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year with Edinburgh Castle being the most popular. If you are looking for other castles not as well known then I can recommend Blackness Castle which is not far from Edinburgh and the Forth Bridges. The castle is of great historical interest and has also filmed as part of series one of Outlander. The site is well worth a visit and plan to spend a couple of hours at least enjoying your visit to this fascinating historical building.