The West Highlands give easy access to the Little Isles, Inner Hebrides, and there is a dramatic contrast in landscape to that of Perthshire, Fife and Angus in the East. There is therefore a decision to be made with regard to holiday destination either for the dramatic landscape of the Western Highlands, which includes the Trossachs, Loch Lomond and Kintyre or Cowal Peninsulas, all with fabulous areas for walking and exploring.
Alternatively the choice may be for the more gentle landscape of Perthshire and Fife, with superb beaches round St Andrew’s and along the Firth of Forth. Perthshire includes many of the historic palaces and castles and of course Scone Palace should not be missed due to its historic connections. The difficult choice of where to go will be yours but wherever you go you will be sure to have an outstanding and memorable holiday.