Their name alone conjures up some enchanting imagery and they don’t disappoint in real life. Cascading waterfalls through carved rock which empty into vivid turquoise pools makes this a magical place to visit.
Make your way to Scotland’s most southerly point and you will be rewarded with dramatic cliff top walks among an RSPB Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Stretching for 23 miles and surrounded by picturesque villages, mountains and the ruins of Urquhart Castle, no wonder the elusive Nessie decided to take up residence here!
Historic and atmospheric, the site of Scotland’s most infamous massacre is now a Hollywood scene stealer. Dramatic mountains, rushing waterfalls and whitewashed cottages create the idyllic Highland backdrop.
Some of the best—and quietest—beaches of any state park can be found here, hence its appeal to lovebirds.