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Scottish Highands Activities & Attractions

A Few of the most famous Scottish Highlands Tourist Attractions that you just wont want to miss!

Dunrobin Castle

The castle stands on a bluff just north of Golspie and has an enchanting fairytale appearance when seen from afar. Closer inspection reveals a huge multi-period mansion house. During the self-guided visit, the Dining Room, laid out as in the 1850s, the Drawing Room and the Library with its 10,000 books are perhaps the highlights. There are a number of works by artists including Canaletto, Reynolds, Ramsay and Wright on display at Dunrobin, as well as fine furniture and tapestries. www.dunrobincastle.co.uk/

The Castle and Gardens of Mey

The Castle of Mey was the property of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from 1952 until 1996, when Her Majesty generously gifted it with an endowment to the The Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust. The Castle, where the Queen Mother often spent summers, stands on rising ground in a breathtaking location about 400 yards from the seashore, overlooking the Pentland Firth and the Orkney Islands. www.castleofmey.org.uk

Loch Ness

Loch Ness is the largest loch in Scotland at over 20 miles long, a mile wide and 700 feet at its deepest.. The Loch Ness Monster is just one of the many myths and legends to be discovered in this particularly beautiful part of Scotland. www.visitlochness.com

Glen Affric

Renowned for the glory of its woodlands, this classical blend of natural forest, shimmering loch and rugged hill has inspired many Victorian artists. Indeed, Glen Affric, often described as the most beautiful glen in Scotland, stretching for some 30 miles from Kintail in the west to within a couple of miles of Cannich in Strathglass. www.glenaffric.org

Orkney

There is evidence of human habitation in Orkney from over 6,000 years ago but nomadic visitors no-doubt have been visiting these productive islands for 10,000 years or more. There are a great number of archaeological sites throughout the islands with the Knap of Howar on Papa Westray being the ‘oldest dwelling house in the UK’. On Mainland Orkney the sites of Maeshowe, Ring of Brodgar and Skara Brae have been awarded World Heritage Status. www.visitorkney.com

North West Highlands Geopark

Stunning mountain landscapes, clean sandy beaches, ancient settlements, thriving communities – North West Highlands Geopark offers one of the best opportunities to explore wild places in Europe. NW Highlands Geopark is located in the far north of the Scottish Highlands. Beginning at The Summer Isles in Wester Ross, the area takes in around 2000 sq km of mountain, peatland, beach, forest and coastline across west Sutherland and on to the north coast. www.northwest-highlands-geopark.org.uk

Strathnaver Museum

 The Museum is located in the former church of St Columba, built in 1700, on a spectacular stretch of northern coastline at Clachan, Bettyhill. The museum takes you on a journey from Strathnaver’s mystical past, through the emergence of the Clan Mackay to the tragedy of the Highland Clearances. www.strathnavermuseum.org.uk

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