Scotland Holidays

For such a small country a holiday to Scotland has no shortage of attractions. The land of tartan, kilts, bagpipes, the Loch Ness Monster, castle ruins and mesmerizing scenery, Scotland really is a one of a kind country. Take a tour around Scotland and see where battles were fought, where castles were attacked and even the birthplace of golf.

Visit Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, and be charmed by the medieval Old Town where narrow streets lead you inevitably to bustling pubs and quaint shopping opportunities. Edinburgh has a buzzing nightlife and an exciting restaurant scene. Get your fill of castles, museums and majestic scenery all in this one lively city.

For the outdoor enthusiasts a trip to the Highlands is a must. You’ll find incredible hiking routes, skiing and snow boarding opportunities. Other famous sights include Loch Ness (try spot the fabled monster of the lake), Glencoe and the Isle of Skye. There are also plenty of excellent pubs, tearooms and restaurants to try out in the Scottish Highlands. The Highlands also have around 47 whisky distilleries with a wide array of styles and fragrances for you to sample. Scotland is afterall the home of whisky.

Browse our selection of Scotland holiday packages and getaway on the trip of a lifetime. Feel free to ask us any questions about your upcoming holiday to Scotland.

Top Activities and Tourist Attractions in Scotland

Loch Ness - what is a visit to Scotland without trying to spot Nessie, the Loch Ness monster? Found near the city of Inverness, Loch Ness and the Urquart Castle are a popular tourist destination.

Isle of Skye – nature lover’s should put this one on their itineraries. Known also as “Cloud Island” because of the heavy mists this beautiful isle comprises of green mountain scenery, waterfalls and beaches.

The Castle Trail – located in Aberdeenshire, the Castle Trail focuses on 17 of Scotland’s well preserved castles. A wonderful tour of medieval castles and majestic scenery.

St Andrews – the birthplace of the game of golf. Every golf enthusiast’s dream is to play a round at the Royal and Ancient Golf Club where your backdrop is a rugged coastline. St Andrews also plays host to the British Open.

The Scottish Highlands – the place where myths and legends were born, where violence and romance clashed. These rugged and untamed landscapes are the ultimate playground for outdoor adventurers.

The Sheep Heid Inn – located in Edinburgh, The Sheep Heid Inn is said to be the oldest pub in Scotland, dating back incredibly to 1360! The menu offers both traditional Scottish meals as well as fine dining options.

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