The Complete Guide to Visiting the Solway Firth in South West Scotland

Solway Firth

The Solway Firth is rightly regarded as one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland, yet it’s often overlooked by visitors to the country. Stretching out across both England and Scotland the Solway Firth borders the stunning coastlines of Cumbria and Dumfries & Galloway and reaches out into the Irish Sea to almost touch the Isle of Man.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting Caerlaverock Castle in South West Scotland

Caerlaverock Castle

Famous for its unusual triangular shape, the castle is surrounded by one of the few remaining moats in Scotland and the imposing fortified walls are a reminder of the siege years that troubled this part of the country during the Wars of Scottish Independence.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting the Glencoe Visitor Centre in the Highlands

Glencoe

The Glencoe Visitor Centre should be on everyone’s list of must-see attractions in the Highlands. Set in the breathtaking and dramatic landscape of Glencoe, the centre aims to educate visitors not only about the geology and nature of the region but also about its fascinating history.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting Ullapool Hill and The Braes in the Highlands

Ullapool Harbour

The beautiful town of Ullapool is the starting point for this walk where you’ll begin at the harbour, which is a perfect place to take photos of Loch Broom. The harbour is also a great place to get a refreshment from one of several cafes at both the beginning and end of your journey.

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The Complete Guide to Visiting The John Muir Way from Helensburgh to Balloch in West Central Scotland

Helensburgh Reservoir

The start and finish point of the John Muir Way at Helensburgh is indicated by a seat made from Scottish oak and a circular stone plinth with engraved footprints and a John Muir quote, and this route marker is a perfect opportunity to appreciate Helensburgh with its lovely beach and numerous cafes.

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