Inverness, Strathspey and the Eastern Highlands
The capital of the Highlands, Britainís largest National Park and Strathspey - this area contains three of Scotlandís most outstanding attractions. Inverness is the commercial and cultural Ďcapitalí of the Highlands with historic Culloden and mysterious Loch Ness on its doorstep; and Strathspey, home of many iconic malt whisky brands.
Fort William, Loch Ness and Skye
A spectacular natural environment of mountains, glens, rivers, lochs and sea. This is one of the most popular visitor destinations in Europe with all of the necessary resources to hand - a superb selection of accommodation, visitor attractions, quality local shopping and restaurants, cafes and pubs serving the very best of local Highland produce.
Ross-shire, Sutherland & Caithness
This area offers splendid variety, all the way from the wildness of the austere rock-hewn landscapes of the west coast, down the east coast to the ancient archaeological sites of Caithness and then the quintessentially Scottish architecture of the old burgh of Cromarty on the Black Isle.
The Outer Hebrides
Sheltering the north west of Scotland from the ravages of the Atlantic Ocean from a distance of 40 miles, this string of islands known as the Outer Hebrides stretches in an arc 150 miles long. These islands offer fabulous beaches, numerous outdoor activities, Gaelic culture, wildlife and adventure. A visit to these special places offers a rare opportunity to unwind and immerse yourself in authentic island lifestyle.