Last updated: 28th Sep 2014
Scotland is a breathtaking mix of stunning landscapes and wildlife, ancient castles and legendary battlefield sites, dynamic culture rich cities and world class golf. Famed for its local produce from best seafood to whisky trails, Scotland has a distinct identity all its own, brimming with Highland Games, National Parks and a festival scene which ranks with the best.
From Munro mountain bagging to adrenalin pumping outdoor adventure, Scotland’s beautiful forests, mountains, lochs, rivers, spectacular coastline and off shore islands are a mecca for outdoor activity holidays offering everything from hill walking, mountain biking and climbing to white water rafting, fishing and winter skiing. Scotland’s landscapes have starred in numerous blockbuster movies from Harry Potter to Highlander.
Discover Scotland’s ancient heritage in its many great monuments, castles, abbeys and iconic battlefields from the headland perched Dunnotar Castle at the heart of the North East’s Castle Trail to the great battlefield sites of Culloden and Bannockburn and the Border Abbey ruins. For arts and culture, Scotland thrills with its world festival capital Edinburgh, its Burns literary trails and the unique style of Scottish artists from Glasgow’s Art Nouveau artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh to the Scottish Colourists.
Ancient and modern, epic and intimate, Scotland offers an eclectic mix of world class festival and arts cities, Highlands and Islands and a range of wildlife that will simply amaze, from dolphin watching boat trips in the Moray Firth to puffin spotting on the Orkneys’ Papa Westray. Plan your holiday in Scotland now – book online with iknow.