Scotland's climate is generally cool and wet. It is influenced by the North Atlantic Drift, a warm sea current from the Caribbean, which keeps Scotland's coast ice free in winter. The climate is oceanic, with no extreme variations or exceptional events like tornadoes, droughts or widespread floods, but the day to day weather can vary enormously and unpredictably, and is a ...
- Natural Features
The moors and mountains of Scotland are delightfully beautiful and scenic. The views they offer change throughout the year and it is really the season that dictates just how much you'll appreciate them. Most of them are wild areas with a variety of flora and fauna making them a pleasure to explore.
Travel to Scotland and you'll be left amazed by the sheer perfection of beauty in the soaring, snow-capped mountains and the sparkling lochs extending as far as the eye can see. Treat yourself to a holiday in Scotland and be fascinated by historic castles, diverse cultures and an intricate past that is as diverse as the land is big.