Home to towering mountains, secluded sweeping beaches, cliffs and panoramic skies.
Argyll & Bute
Awe-inspiring landscapes with 23 inhabited islands, wildlife and many whisky distilleries.
Ayrshire & Arran
Birthplace of Robert Burns, with rugged landscapes, islands, golf and good food.
Britain’s largest National Park, the Cairngorms hosts rugged mountains, roaring rivers, heather moorlands, lochs, ancient forests, castles, famous whisky distilleries, a vast array of wildlife and exhilarating outdoors activities.
Dumfries & Galloway
An unspoilt region of stunning coastline, forests, moorland and lochs.
Dundee & Angus
Historic region, with Dundee City, and its lively arts scene and cultural quarter.
Edinburgh & Lothians
Visit the cosmopolitan capital of Scotland and the countryside and coastline of the Lothians.
Glasgow, Clyde Valley & Lanarkshire
The largest city in Scotland, with world-class attractions and the lush countryside of the Clyde.
Historic kingdom of majestic wild scenery with amazing wildlife, outdoors pursuits and sight-seeing. See Loch Ness, Ben Nevis, Culloden, Eilean Donan Castle, the Cairngorms, Spey Valley, Glencoe and Glenfinnan Viaduct.
Inverness & Fort William
Rich in culture, castles, distilleries and unparalleled scenery, from lochs to the UK's highest peak.
Isle of Skye
Island of great beauty and centre of Gaelic culture. Must-see attractions include the Cuillin Mountain peaks, dramatic geology of the Old Man of Storr, Armadale Castle, Fairy Pools and the quaint harbour town of Portree.
Kingdom of Fife
The Kingdom of Fife is famous for its rich history, and the city of St. Andrews, the home of golf.
Loch Lomond & Trossachs
Centred on the “Bonnie Bonnie Banks O' Loch Lomond”, this is the most visited of Scotland's two National Parks, with a landscape of lowland glens, braes, forests and snow-capped Munros just waiting to be explored.
An archipelago in the Northern Isles of Scotland, with endless coastline and astounding wildlife. See 5,000 year old sites in the UNESCO Heart of Neolithic Orkney and stargaze on North Ronaldsay, a ‘Dark Sky Island’.
This island chain off the west coast of Scotland is filled with treasures, including prehistoric sites, wildlife habitats and stunning seascapes. Explore the Hebridean Way and experience a vibrant Gaelic island culture!
Perth & Kinross
Perth is a historic city set beside the River Tay with Kinross on stunning Loch Leven.
The perfect gateway to Scotland, rich in history, culture and spectacular scenery.
The northernmost part of the UK is a place for adventure! Visit the capital Lerwick and try great local produce, see the Northern Lights, explore incredible scenery and see wildlife such as the famous Shetland pony breed.
This narrow coastal strip of land is a haven of tranquillity with welcoming locals, an abundant wildlife, limitless outdoors activities and panoramic views across the Solway Firth to Scotland’s Galloway Hills.
Stirling, Loch Lomond & Trossachs
Visit Stirling and its famous castle, the national parks, mountains, glens and lochs.