Scotland Travel Guide

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Scotland Travel Destination
Aberdeen, Scotland
Aberdeenairport, Scotland
Airth, Scotland
Aviemore, Scotland
Dundee, Scotland
Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburghairport, Scotland
Fortwilliam, Scotland
Glasgow, Scotland
Glasgowairport, Scotland
Inverness, Scotland
Invernessnairn, Scotland
Lochlomond, Scotland

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St Andrews Attractions
Inner Hebrides Attractions
Aberdeen Attractions
Aviemore Area Attractions

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Scotland Early History
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Inner Hebrides Tourist Attractions

The Inner Hebrides, off the western coast of Scotland, are the country's most accessible and bewitching islands. Jura lies near the coast of Strathclyde, yet it is magnificently wild and lonely, with desolate walks, breast-shaped mountains (the Paps of Jura), a whisky distillery and a lethal offshore whirlpool its prime attractions. Islay is the most southerly of the Inner Hebridean islands, and is best known for its smoky, single-malt whisky. The Museum of Islay Life in Port Charlotte relates the island's long history, while the 8th-century Kildaton Cross is one of the finest surviving Celtic crosses. Castle ruins and over 250 species of birds add to its attractions.

Further north, Taransay, where BBC TV marooned a community of volunteers for all of 2000, is one of the Inner Hebrides' most remote islands, an unspoilt place of cliffs, rocky coastlines and sandy bays. Grey seals and wild goats are the most commonly glimpsed inhabitants. Mull is one of the most popular islands, with superb mountain scenery, castles, a railway and small-town charm. The island's capital, Tobermory, is a particularly picturesque fishing port. The spiritual retreat of Iona, an early Christian centre founded by St Columba, lies off the southwestern tip of Mull. Further north, Coll has a popular walking trail, good sunshine, lots of wind, few people, two castles and a bird sanctuary. Tiree, just southwest, is a low-lying island with beautiful, sandy beaches and one of the best sunshine records in Britain.

Skye attracts lots of visitors and has very changeable weather. However, the large, rugged and convoluted island is ringed by spectacularly scenic coastal walks, and inland the rocky Cuillins attract serious climbers.


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Scotland Travel Destination
Aberdeen Scotland - Aberdeenairport Scotland - Airth Scotland - Aviemore Scotland - Dundee Scotland
Edinburgh Scotland -
Edinburghairport Scotland - Fortwilliam Scotland - Glasgow Scotland - Glasgowairport Scotland
Inverness Scotland - Invernessnairn Scotland - Lochlomond Scotland

Scotland Travel Informations and Scotland Travel Guide
Scotland Early History - Scotland Roman Influence - Scotland Medieval Period - Scotland Modern History
Scotland Etymology - Scotland Government & Politics - Scotland Administrative Subdivisions - Scotland Within The UK
Scotland Law & Criminal Justice - Scotland Geography & Natural History - Scotland Geology & Geomorphology
Scotland Climate - Scotland Flora & Fauna - Scotland Economy & Infrastructure - Demography of Scotland
Education in Education - Religion in Scotland - Healthcare in Scotland - Culture of Scotland
Sports in Scotland - Scotland National Symbols - Map of Scotland

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