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Scotland once dubbed the lion of the North is an ideal destination for those interested in active holidays every year thousands of visitors cross the border to pursue outdoor activities such as golf fishing,camping, mountain climbing and hiking.
The mountains lochs and forests of Scotland offer not only beautiful scenery but also peace and tranquility and an escape from the hectic pace of modern life.
As one of the last great wilderness of Europe Scotland is indeed a Paradise for outdoor pursuits.
Scotland although part of the union was never conquered it joined through treaty and became part of the union in 1707. Despite this it is a fiercely independent country completely different from England.
For those interested in history there is much to see and do. With its clan history and links to the Romantic movement as well as to queen Victoria there is much to interest the traveler.
Scotland is also more than just the outdoors it has exciting and beautiful cities full of romance and history all waiting to be explored.
Edinburgh with its mighty fortress and beautiful architecture. Stirling with its history and links with William Wallace and Glasgow now famed for its museums and shipbuilding heritage.
Activities in Scotland
Stirling Castle - Stirling Castle
St Kilda Cruises - Exploring Saint Kilda and Islands
Sea Trek - Let the adventure begin
Dick Institute - Cultural venue South West Scotland
Kilmartin Glen - Prehistoric site
Museum of Islay Life - Museum of Islay life
Gearrannan Black house village - Gearrannan Black house village
Taigh Chearsabhagh - Museum Arts Centre
Scottish Whisky Tours
Dewars Aberfeldy Distillery - Dewars Aberfeldy Distillery
Callanish Visitor Centre - Callanish Standing Stones
Seallam Visitor Centre - Seallam Visitor Centre
Harris Tweed and Knitwear - Shop and Exhibition Centre
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