Scottish Romantic Holidays

Scotland might not be the first place that comes to mind when deciding on a location for a romantic break. However, many who have tried it have discovered a most unforgettable and romantic country just waiting to share its splendor with doting couples.

There is a lot to do in Scotland. You might take in some of the natural beauty by strolling along the edge of a loch, or walking a forest trail. Get giddy together on a whisky trail or do a horse trail through the moors. Take a boat ride across one of the lochs or on the shores of Scotland - and perhaps visit Shetland and Orkney.

If you prefer a more leisurely pace, you might be more interested in seeing some of the stunning ruins that dot Scotland. These magnificent old remnants of glorious buildings will cast a silent spell on you. Or you could visit a living monument - buildings such as Stirling or Edinburgh Castle which are still very much in use today. There are also shops to browse and monuments to see.

Perhaps you'd prefer less people around you? Well, there are many little fishing villages which are happy to provide a tranquil setting for the perfect romantic getaway. You can play golf, ride bicycles and take long romantic walks through the country. Game Parks are yet another great way to enjoy the outdoors. A true highlight - should you be fortunate enough to see them - would be sighting the spectacular northern lights.

There is also fine dining to be enjoyed throughout Scotland. Here you can enjoy seafood, virtually every type of meat available, as well as many traditional dishes.

What better way to be romantic than to cuddle in front of a warm fire in the majestic countryside of Scotland. Plan your next romantic getaway here and you'll not regret it.


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