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Welcome to Scotland Info - Guide to Highlands and Islands

Scotland Info is your online guide to "Bonnie Scotland", a practical guide with a focus on the Highlands and Islands. The author of the site is a keen photographer who spent his holidays for the last ten years in this wild, unspoilt and stunningly beautiful country.

During my trips I've had the pleasure to visit dozens of Scottish Castles and Abbeys, met many people, seen many places and took over 20,000 pictures. My motto is: "A picture says more than a thousand words" hence the thousands of pictures you will find on my site. I hope you enjoy your virtual Scotland tour.

 

Navigating the site
Finding your way around the site is easy. The main navigation menu on the left gives access to the main menu's, alternatively try Site Search. The rotating gallery above shows linked images to some of the best feature pages on the site.

Mainland Scotland and Islands
The Scotland mainland page gives access to the various regions in Scotland such as the Highlands, Scottish Borders and Sutherland. From the Islands of Scotland page you can find links to the island webpages such as Islay, Arran, Jura, Mull and the island groups Orkney and Outer Hebrides.

Latest additions to the site:

  • Ultimate Scottish Coastal Route
  • Arisaig Morar and Mallaig
  • Motorhome Itineray, Map and Campsite Tips
  • Outer Hebrides
  • Feature Pages of Scotland Info
  • Isle of Rum
  • Isle of Eigg
  • Isle of Muck
  • Isle of Canna
  • About Scotland
    In the About Scotland section you can find some facts about Scotland and information about the weather and Climate.

     

    There is a section with detailed maps and if you are planning to get married in Scotland you can find interesting information and links on the Wedding page.

    Whisky and Distilleries
    What would Scotland be without whisky, for many the main reason for their holiday. The Malt Whisky Page explains how the water of life is made, there is an overview of the most popular distilleries in Scotland, from Campbeltown and Islay in the south west to Highland Park in the north and Glenfiddich in the Spey area.

    Blog and Social Media
    A Blog is included on the site where I post images, videos, news and other interesting bits of information and backgrounds. We are also active on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and on Pinterest




     



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