Iona Abbey, Isle of Iona

Historic gem. There has been an Abbey on this site since 563 AD when St Columba came from Ireland and began to convert the Picts and Scots to Christianity. In addition, Iona was the location where the famous Book of…

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The River Almond Walk, Edinburgh

By the end of the 18th century, the River Almond was an industrial route. This nature trail passes along a clifftop through a mixture of woodlands, marsh, ponds and meadowland, which support a large diversity of wildlife habitats. It is rich…

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Neist Point Lighthouse, Isle of Skye

110 years old Neist Point Lighthouse is one of the most famous in Scotland. One path, 45 min by walk facing a fury wind along the abrupt cliffs, and get there, at the extreme West of the Isle of Skye…

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Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute

The Isle of Mull is full of many incredible possibilities, whether you are going for a day trip or staying a fortnight. Nestled close to the western mainland, it’s the third largest island in Scotland and one of the most accessible, being served by…

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Isle of Iona, Argyll and Bute

You don’t visit Iona, you experience it… Iona is an enchanting, magical and very special place. Today some 140,000 people make their way here each year. The experience begins long before you get there. The journey is…

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Plockton, Highland

Plockton, The Jewel in the Highlands, is one of the most charming village in Scotland… This fishermen village sits on a sheltered bay with stunning views overlooking Loch Carron. It offers everything: breathtaking…

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Coral Beach, Isle of Skye

Known locally as a ‘wee gem’, Claigan Coral Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Isle of Skye, with stunning views over the island. Despite its name, the beach is not actually made of coral, but of fossilised and sun-bleached algae…

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