Wondering where the Shetland Isles are? This article will tell you, along with some stories of why Shetland’s position has been so important over the centuries.
The Isle of Islay off Scotland's West Coast affords both beautiful sandy beaches and wild, rugged coastline. This page looks in pictures and text at some of the more accessible examples of both.
Scotland's Loch Ness is most known for it's primary legendary resident, Nessie. We toured both Loch Ness and the local Medieval Urquhart Castle on our trip to the Highlands.
A country of striking natural beauty, Scotland is characterized by rugged hills and by deep glacial lakes known as lochs. It is almost entirely surrounded by the sea, which encroaches in deeply penetrating
Ben Nevis. Hiking U.K.’s Highest Mountain. Any trip to Scotland is incomplete without a trip to the Scottish Highlands. Not particularly lofty, these mountains are better known for their mystifying beauty and...
A guide to visiting the Edradour Distillery, near Pitlochry. The smallest whisky distillery in Scotland, as well as tasting notes for their great 10 year old scotch
The ferry from Kennacraig is the most popular method of reaching the Isle of Islay, off Scotland's West Coast. This page looks at the Islay ferry, the terminals and the crossing experience.
Castle Trail Map The Scottish Castle Trail in Aberdeenshire and Moray takes visitors on a tour through the last thousand years of a turbulent history. Some of the castles are atmospheric ruins, such as Huntly or...
The David Livingstone Centre is a permanent memorial to the Scottish missionary and explorer. This guide tracks a visitor experience and details the most prominent features to see and enjoy
Edinburgh is the historical capital of Scotland, lies along the south shore of the Firth of Forth in southeastern Scotland. It is one of the four largest Scottish cities -second only to Glasgow in size