Scotland is a great destination for anyone searching for rich history, a breath of fresh air and a sense of adventure. There’s so much to see and learn in this relatively small country, and its residents are famously proud to call it home, with good reason. It offers plenty of stunning attractions, although you may not be familiar with them. Here are some of the best.
Loch Ness –
Perhaps the most famous of all Scottish attractions, Loch Ness is stunning for its sheer size alone. Once you factor in the incredible views along its shoreline, the ancient ruins nearby and the infamous legend of the Loch Ness Monster said to swim in its depths, it’s no wonder why this place is so popular with visitors.
Cuillin Hills, Skye –
Starting from the most northerly point you can reach within Scotland, these breathtaking hills are unique thanks to a clash of different geological forces. Black volcanic rock meets red granite in spectacular fashion, resulting in an amazing landscape not found anywhere else.
Melrose Abbey –
Dating back almost 900 years, King David I of Scotland commissioned this impressive monastery was said to be the final resting place of many Scottish legends. Comprising of ruins from many different periods, Melrose Abbey is well worth a visit today for anyone interested in historical architecture. Continue reading