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  • Overview

    Each town in Scotland’s west coast offer a unique holiday destination, with so much character and an abundance of attractions to explore. Fabulous coastlines, beautiful bays and stunning beaches are only a few of the things that makes this part of Scotland a must visit destination. 

    You will also find rolling mountains and gorgeous moorlands, which offer a contrasting view of West Scotland’s gorgeous islands. The area also attracts hikers and climbers from across the world. The region is also not short of remarkable castles and historic sites dating back to the 13th century.  


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    About Western Scotland

    There are so many spectacular landscapes and charming scenery around Scotland’s west coast, making it one of the most unique holiday destinations to see. You can take a trip to the charming Isle of Skye for the gorgeous beaches; enjoy the picturesque scenery of the Isles of Mull, Iona and Staffa, some of the area’s most popular tourist destinations; or stay on the breathtaking Isle of Bute, renowned for its magnificent gardens and lavish gothic architecture. 

    A visit to the western region of Scotland presents you with one of the most beautiful journeys, and with so many memorable sights and viewpoints, you’ll never want to leave.

    Western Scotland Attractions

    The west of Scotland offers you numerous island attractions and exquisite landmarks. On Mull, Duart Castle has been the home of the Clan Maclean for more than 400 years. Or you can visit Lewis and discover a host of iconic sights including the Callanish Standing Stones, older than the pyramids.

    On the Isle of Skye, you can visit the Clan Donald Centre, or why not explore the historic gardens and woodland trails around Armadale Castle and learn about the Highlands history in the Museum of the Isles.

    Finally, a holiday to the west of Scotland is not complete without sampling the widely varied local produce. Foodie gems include the malt whiskies of Islay, Skye and Mull, Arran’s delicious cheeses and beers, to the famous Stornoway black pudding, as well as delicious seafood and smoked salmon. 
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