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many people around the world, the Highlands 'are' Scotland, living
up to their picture-postcard images with majestic scenery, awesome
wild places, towering mountains, ancient pine forests and broad
expanses of dark and shimmering mysterious lochs.
The Isle of Skye
is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scotland, for
good reason: people come for the wildlife, history, geology, mind-blowing
scenery, hill-walking and a variety of other exciting outdoor activities,
Skye will live with you forever.
and Kinross is situated at the heartland of Scotland. The Highland
Boundary Fault Line runs through the area creating lowlands and
highlands within the region. Lochs, mountains, castle ruins and
whisky distillerys dot the region.
is a diverse area of commuter towns, agricultural land, valleys
and upland areas that get higher as you go east towards the peaks
of the Grampian Mountains. Bordered by the River Dee in the south,
and the Grampians mountains to the east.
Castle, once the residence of Scottish kings, perches atop a long-extinct
volcano, trailing behind it the exquisite architecture and cobbled
streets of the citys Old Town. Modern Stirling bustles with activity
and offers fine shopping and leisure facilities and historic attractions.
about eighteen hundred square miles, the Scottish Borders stretches
from the rolling hills and moorland in the west, through gentler
valleys to the rich agricultural plains of the east, and on to the
rocky Berwickshire coastline with its secluded coves and picturesque
rich mixture of urban and rural, stretching from Glasgows suburbs
south to the open moorland of the Leadhills, the lush Clyde Valley.
This is an area steeped in history and many of the towns in the
regions have a range of excellent attractions allowing you to explore
on the beautiful Clyde Coast, Ayrshire and Arran is a holiday destination
that is as exciting as it is peaceful, and as fascinating as it
is fun. A mecca for all golfers with over forty quality courses,
It is also home to prestigious heritage and visitor attractions.
Dumfries and Galloway
is the perfect escape from the stresses of modern life. Few can
remain unmoved by the unspoilt beauty of this corner of Scotland.
Admire the ancient ruined castles and monuments that set the imagination
alight with their whispered hints of what life used to be like.
is a dramatic county in the west highlands of Scotland, though within
easy reach of Glasgow. The terrain ranges from the wild mountain
scenery of the interior down to rugged and beautiful coastline and
offshore islands. A
diverse area of rich culture and contrasts.
a different part of Scotland, where two thousand years of magic,
mystery, and romance, are interwoven across a land as unspoiled
as it is rich in history, tradition and culture. explore the legacy
of ancient peoples, kings and queens, adventurers and inventors.
Whisky, wildlife, snow, skiing and
spits: from the beaches to the mountains, unspoilt Moray is a very
interesting region to visit in the north-east of Scotland.
East of Inverness and Nairn, the sheltered Moray Firth opens up
as it heads out into the North Sea.
Ancestral home of Scottish monarchs,
world-famous for its golf and with some of Scotland's best scenic
attractions, The Kingdom of Fife is a proud region with its own
distinct identity. Home to Scotland's capital for six centuries,
Fife has always been at the heart of the nation's history.
Orkney is one of Britain’s most
distinctive holiday destinations - a scattering of green islands
where the past seems ever present. As well as the thought-provoking
monuments to vanished peoples, Orkney is also great for wildlife,
seafood, angling and gentle touring.
Outer Hebrides also known as the Western Isles is one of the most
popular tourist destinations in Scotland, and for good reason: people
come for the wildlife, history, geology, mind-blowing scenery, hill-walking
and a variety of other outdoor activities
unique culture, stunning seascapes and wildlife, Shetland is an
entrancing blend of Scotland and Norway. The scenery is surprisingly
varied for such a small area and is often truly spectacular. Rocky
crags, heather hills, fertile farmland, sand dunes, pebble beaches
and stupendous cliffs.
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Areas of Scotland
Shetland Isles Far
far away north
Highlands See cows and climb
Moray Visit my mum for tea
Aberdeenshire Get some
/ Outer Hebrides Careful of the natives
Orkney Islands Take
plenty warm scarves
Isle Of Skye Romance and History
Angus Try a steak and
Perth & Kinross
Lochs and rain
Fife Catles and high tea
Stirling more castles less tea
Argyll & Bute Western
Ayrshire Strange folk live
Lanarkshire Home of Lara
Dumfries & Galloway
Too close to England
Repel invaders by sword
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