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Italian Chapel

The story of how this amazing little chapel was built is heartwarming and uplifting, the a...
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Standing Stones of Stenness

You really can’t go to Orkney without visiting this site. Although it’s not completely...
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Dawyck Botanic Garden

Lying on the border hills, near Stobo village is 65 acres of gardens for visitors to strol...
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Loch Tay

Loch Tay is one of Scotland’s deepest lochs at around 500ft deep and stretches some 15 m...
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Brodick Castle

Give yourself plenty of time to take in the splendour of this island castle and its surrou...
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Arran Distillery

Come rain or shine a visit to this distillery is always a pleasure. The visitor centre was...
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Lochranza Castle

Visitors to Arran often miss out on this side of the island but the scenery around Lochran...
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St Andrews Old Course

St Andrews is well known for being the home of golf. A trip to St Andrews would not be com...
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St Andrews Cathedral

It is said that the relics of St Andrew were brought to this site in the 700s. The cathedr...
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Elie Ness Lighthouse

This lighthouse was opened in October 1908 and stands on a promontory of land between Inch...
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Dunfermline Abbey and Palace

This is a very significant historic set of buildings dating back to the late 11th century ...
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Isle of Jura

Jura is one of the islands of the Southern Hebrides. It measures around 30 miles by 9 mile...
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Isle of Islay (pronounced Eye-la)

Islay is one of the islands of the southern Inner Hebrides on the west coast of Scotland. ...
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Treshnish Isles

Spot over 40 species of birds on a boat trip to Treshnish Isles. To view these islands at ...
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Isle of Muck

At only about 2 miles by 1 mile the Isle of Muck is the smallest of the Small Isles. You c...
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Carraig Fhada Lighthouse

This lighthouse is an unusual design as it’s not circular like other lighthouses. It’s...
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Isle of Coll

Situated six miles west of the Isle of Mull, this tiny island is a Hebridean paradise. It...
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Finlagan Castle

Follow the signs from Port Askaig on Islay to Finlaggan and after only two miles you’ll ...
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Morag's Cafe

This is a great little family friendly café with a good menu to suit everyone. Homemade c...
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