Hidden Highlands

With vast untouched countryside and the most stunning scenery, the Scottish Highlands is not to be missed. 

The area is home to some of the oldest castles in Scotland including Urquhart Castle and Dunrobin Castle, along with many other famous Scottish heritage sites such as Glenfinnan Monument and the Culloden Battlefield. There is also a chance to get out and about and explore the landscape, with many activities on offer including: walking, climbing, canoeing etc, all of which will give you a unique look at the views on offer throughout this stunning area of Scotland. A superb location for a leisure vehicle holiday, allowing you to go off the beaten track and experience true freedom. Don't have a leisure vehicle? No problem, take a look at this list of hire companies here

The Highlands are also home to a huge array of wild animals from red squirrels to whales, attracted by the untouched land this area is a wildlife hotspot, keep your eyes peeled and you might just see one of the many rare forms of wildlife during your stay.

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Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye, situated within the northwest of Scotland is one of the most famous Isles in Britain. Skye has some fantastic scenery on offer, meaning it is rapidly becoming an increasingly popular location for walkers and climbers. The island is home to some well-known landscapes including: The Storr, Quiraing and Neist point, all of which will allow you to see the Isle in all its beauty.

Skye is also a popular location for wildlife watching, with a vast array of birds and other mammals on the Island. If conditions allow it, why not take a boat trip out in search for the Dolphins and Whales that can regularly be spotted just off the Isle.

Where to stay - Skye Camping and Caravanning Club Site - 9 miles away

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Neist Point


Cairngorms National Park

The largest National Park in the UK. With a wide range of landscapes, Cairngorms can offer all sorts of activities on all sorts of terrains from skiing on the Cairngorm Mountain range in the winter to canoeing in the River Druie in the warmer months. A hotspot for walkers, the park has a number of walking routes, whether it be a short 20-minute stroll or a 3 hour hike the Cairngorms National Park has it all. You can also explore the park on two wheels and take a ride on one of the many Mountain or Road routes available.

Where to stay - Braemar Caravan Park - 9 miles away 

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Abriachan Forest

The 530-hectare forest is in the region of Inverness and is a popular spot for walkers and bikers with many routes available for both. Those who make it to the top are rewarded with a 360-degree panoramic view over Loch Ness and Monadh Liath Hills. The woodland is also full of outdoor activities for those with young children, with many wildlife viewing huts and play parks throughout the forest, an ideal time to educate them on the importance of wildlife.

Where to stay - Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park - 10 miles away 

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Loch Ness

Home to the mysterious Loch Ness monster, this site is a must see if you’re visiting the highlands on your next get away. There is however, much more to the area than just that, the area is home to some outstanding beauty coupled with some picturesque views of the Scottish Highlands.

Why not visit the Urquhart Castle ruins? A medieval fortress that has seen its fair share of battles. Due to the strategic placement of the castle all those years ago this is a great spot for views both up and down the Loch. If you want to experience more of the Loch, there are boat trips throughout the day that will provide guided tours of the area.

Where to stay - Loch Ness Shores Camping and Caravanning Club Site - 5 miles away 

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Loch Ness

Gille Bridge Restaurant

An idyllic location on the shore of Loch Torridon, this restaurant is perfect for those looking to get a taste of the local food with options including seafood, venison and game, all of which are sourced locally. A restaurant that is all about keeping it simple where the whole family can enjoy the spectacular view whilst tucking into your meal and planning your next adventure.

Where to stay - Kinlochewe Club Site - 16 miles away

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Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore

The Old Bridge Inn is a must for those in or around Aviemore. Home to a selection of cask ales, premium lagers and malt whiskies this restaurant prides itself on working very closely with local farmers and suppliers meaning the menu is stacked with local produce. With weekly live music and a roaring log fire this truly is a fantastic place to stop off for a spot of food from a Scottish Inn before you head off on your next adventure.  

Where to stay - Glenmore Caravan and Camping Site - 5 miles away 

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