One of our most popular destinations is Scotland's Western Highlands and Islands, world famous for their rugged coastlines, beautiful landscapes and fascinating history.
Tour through the stunning landscapes of Argyll including the picture postcard setting of the village of Crinan at the mouth of the Crinan Canal. Nearby Kilmartin Glen has a host of sites linked to Scotland's early human history such as the Bronze Age Nether Largie standing stones through to the site of one of Scotland's first kingdoms; Dalriada.
Visit Oban, the seafood capital of Scotland and gateway to the Inner Hebridean Island of Mull and the sacred Isle of Iona, the final resting place of Scotland’s royal families. The imposing Glencoe noted not only for its stunning scenery but its historical significance and Glenfinnan, notable for its role in the Jacobite uprisings and more recently its unmistakable railway viaduct.
One of our most popular West Coast destinations is the magical and mythical Isle of Skye. Encompassing a route including a visit to Scotland’s most iconic castle; Eilean Donan, the idyllic village of Plockton together with the breath taking vistas of the Quiraing range upon the Isle of Skye.
Explore the unique geological features of the Isle of Skye in particular those found upon the Trotternish peninsula; visiting sites such as the Old Man of Storr and Kilt Rock. Discover more about the traditional clan based mode of life practiced on the island for centuries and their close ties with the mythological world at sites such as Fairy Glen and Dunvegan Castle.
Many locations on the West coast have been used as locations for films and television series including Harry Potter. Please have a look at our Scotland on Screen section for more information.