Picture lush green grass and stunning views of unimaginable beauty. Carinish boasts a countryside that is truly breath-taking. Scotland's Carinish is the place to visit for spectacular views. The eastern side of the island is known for its freshwater lakes as well as the most amazing color blends of greens and blues. On the western side of the island are also many stunning lakes, so be sure ...
If you are looking for a beautiful and safe place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Scotland’s bigger cities, Tain is probably not a bad choice. As Scotland’s oldest Royal Burgh it is steeped in history, but it also has stunning views, a low crime rate and dramatic beaches. Simply put, Tain is a beautiful small town with something for everyone and it is just waiting to be discovered.
The name Shieldaig means “Herring Bay”, and it was known to be the best herring location from the time that the Vikings dominated the waters. The village itself was only established in 1800 through grants that were given during the rule of Napoleon. In 1815, Napoleon's reign came to an abrupt end, but the fishing village of Shieldaig kept on thriving. Loch Shieldaig still plays ...
The Isle of Mull is a place of incredible beauty and historical interest. It is accessible by ferry from Oban, Lochaline and Kilchoan and boasts a number of attractive villages, scenic mountains and stunning castles. Most visitors find sightseeing here to be a somewhat relaxing activity which can be enjoyed by young and old alike.