Scotland’s Regions

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Tourist Map of Scotland
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The BordersCentral Scotland
Dumfries & GallowayEdinburgh
GlasgowGrampian
The HighlandsThe Lothians
StrathclydeWestern Isles

Latest Articles From Regions Across Scotland

  • Preston Mill – East Lothian: Complete Visitor Guide
    Preston Mill is located next to the River Tyne in picturesque farming country in the heart of East Lothian. The mill dates from the 18th-century and was used commercially until the 1950s but is now open as a tourist attraction managed by the National Trust for Scotland. Discover this unique historic attraction with this guide which includes a 360° virtual tour.
  • Silver Sands of Morar – Inverness: Complete Visitor Guide
    The Silver Sands of Morar are a series of celebrated beaches located on the Morar Peninsula, south of Mallaig. These stunning white-sand beaches are a favourite spot for tourists due to the crystal-clear turquoise waters along this stretch of coastline, as well as the stunning views of the Small Isles.
  • The Fairy Glen – Skye: Complete Visitor Guide
    The Fairy Glen is an ethereal, bizarre-looking landscape located on the west side of Trotternish on the Isle of Skye. This geological wonder comprises a number of conical hills that look man made but are, in fact, remnants of an ancient landslip similar to the equally captivating Quiraing.
  • Bealach na Ba – Wester Ross, Highland: Complete Visitor Guide
    The Bealach na Ba is a twisting mountain pass on the Applecross Peninsula in Wester Ross, Highland. This single-track road rises over 2,000 feet (0.61 km) at its highest point and is famous for being one of the most scenic drives in the world, as well as one of the most dangerous due to its tight hairpin bends.
  • The 5 Best Sunscreens to Use in Scotland
    Scotland isn’t exactly world-renowned as a tourist destination where you need sunscreen, but with Scotland’s high latitude meaning we enjoy long summer days (1-3 hours longer than London) your skin will be exposed to more harmful UV rays than you might expect. Discover a collection of highly-rated sunscreens in this article which all offer superb protection against UV, as well as helping to moisturize skin and offering protection against visible skin ageing.
  • The 5 Best Products to Prevent Blisters When Walking in Scotland
    Blisters are a potential problem for anyone that enjoys hiking in Scotland as they can turn an enjoyable walk into a pain-filled nightmare. They are caused by a number of reasons, but the most common is friction to the skin of the foot from parts of the shoe that constantly rub against toes, heels, and soles. Discover five top-rated anti-blister products from Amazon in this guide, along with tips to help you reduce the likelihood you’ll get blisters the next time you go for a walk in Scotland.