Island Holidays
Take a magical journey from the west highland town of Oban through Glen Lonan to Taynuilt and along the shore of beautiful Loch Awe to Kilmartin. Over 5,000 years of human history are traced across the Kilmartin Valley with at least 150 prehistoric sites lying within 6 miles of the quiet village. Catch the ferry at Kennacraig to Islay and Jura.


Harris Golden Road near Tarbert
There can be few more enchanting corners of Scotland than the remote islands of the Hebrides. The combinations of land, sea and inland water found in the Western Isles have produced landscapes of unsurpassed beauty. Nature herself provides free of charge many of the facilities available, lochs full of salmon and sea trout, rugged mountains, unspoilt sandy beaches and many species of rare plants and animals.


Sail from Oban to the beautiful island of Mull and enjoy the unspoilt charm of Mulls coastal and mountain scenery. Perhaps visit the holy Isle of Iona, sail to the majestic Fingal's Cave on Staffa or enjoy a wildlife safari. The Island's pretty capital Tobermory, set in a sheltered bay, is popular with visiting yachtsmen


The Old Man of Hoy
Orkney has the greatest density of ancient monuments of any location in Northern Europe. Your visit will give you the opportunity to explore them and also enjoy the lush green rolling landscape and beautiful sea views. The abundant wildlife includes otters, common and grey seals, puffins, lapwings, grouse and artic tern. A short sea crossing takes you from John o'Groats to Burwick on South Ronaldsay


A slightly shorter trip than the Orkney Heritage tour but this itinerary still provides an opportunity to visit Orkney's main historical sites together with a visit St Magnus Cathedral to the island of Hoy and its spectacular rock stack, "The Old Man of Hoy". Visit the chambered tomb, Maes Howe, the Ring of Brodgar and the Standing Stones of Stenness


Cycling to Ord
A scenic train journey from Inverness by lochs and glens takes you to Skye for six days of exploration of this famous Hebridean Island. Here you can sail into the heart of the Cuillin Mountains from Elgol, enjoy the tranquility of the historic Island of Raasay and visit Dunvegan Castle.



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