Scotland - the land which throughout the centuries has been the inspiration of passionate endeavors and passionate romance. It is one of the world's most romantic destinations and ideal country for that "special" trip on your honeymoon escape. Even before a visit to Scotland, this country, its people and its history can worm its way into most hearts. Explore Scotland, famous for its historic castles, rugged landscapes, magnificent coastline, traditional Highland games and beautiful lochs, and discover the setting of world-famous movies, the place for stylish shopping and the perfect stage for new and exciting events. It’s not difficult for the newlywed to become part of the fabric of Scottish culture! 

Everyone will tell you that there's something enigmatic about Scotland that lingers in the soul long after you have left.



• Enjoy romantic afternoons, gentle strolls, share adventures together, picnics in the hills and mountains, wide open places, candlelit dinners – feel wonderfully spoilt. The natural romance of each setting will remain as poignant and unforgettable as any photograph, allowing newly-weds cherished, unique memories of the start of their wedded bliss.

• The Scottish Castles and Manors Tour takes you from the romantic scenery of the Mull of Kintyre past the Lochs, glens and castles of the Highlands, through the Whisky country of the North east & back to Scotland's stunning capital, Edinburgh.

• A relaxing and romantic tour to the Country Houses of Scotland, takes you to Scotlands Historic Highlights and most spectacular scenery. Take in scenery from the rugged west Coast and the spectacular Isle of Skye to a tranquil retreat on the shore of Loch Ness and the rich history of Stirling and Edinburgh.

• Two of Scotland's indelible symbols have to be - castles and whisky. Because Scotland is also a land that is long on heritage – of clans and castles and fine malt whiskies.

• Skiing and winter sports Darroch Learg is only a short drive from the Lecht and not that far from Glenshee either. And the Culloden House for the famous Cairngorms, and the funicular railway there. Alternatively from the Ballathie you can reach Glenshee well within an hour. 

• Scotland is a marvelous horse-riding and trekking country, be it for tuitions or the gentle rides to serious trekking and expeditions. Scotland also provides a great opportunity for the Skiing and other winter sports enthusiast and the Culloden House for the famous Cairngorms and the funicular railways there. Hiking the hills, moors, and rugged coastlines, is a long tradition here. 

• For wildlife and nature, Europe’s natural capital awaits you! Fantastic wild life in abundance at all times of year, just perfect for the nature lovers. Visit the glorious gardens. The gardens in Scotland, has also achieved incredible recognition for its floral displays by winning many competitions – must visits are Scone Palace, Cherrybank Gardens and Branklyn Gardens.

• With over 700 islands to explore in Scotland, why not go island hopping and experience the events and activities taking place.  Experience a warm welcome as you explore endless stretches of golden sandy beaches, friendly island communities and charming fishing towns. 

• Scotland’s breathtaking scenery acts as a backdrop to our famous Highland Games! From May to September, watch events such as tossing the caber and the tug-o-war, as well as Highland dancing and pipe bands. Mix with the locals, buy Scottish souvenirs or even take part in the visitor events!

• The Moray Firth is a very special place - home to one of only three resident bottlenose dolphin populations in the United Kingdom. There are thought to be approximately 130 dolphins living in this part of Scotland and they can be seen in the Moray Firth all year round. During the summer months in particular dolphin watchers can see herds of 15 or more leaping from the water near the shore.

• With over 550 courses, including the oldest course in the world, the Old Links at Musselburgh, any golfer worth his salt knows that Scotland is the birthplace of golf (or ‘gowf’ as it was first named), and makes Scotland the ultimate golfing destination for golfers everywhere.  

• Scotland is an art lover’s and photographer’s paradise. And is a perfect place for those who plan to spend part of their vacation trying the art of landscape photography or simply try your hand at some of the superb landscape painting.


Best time to visit: A visit to Scotland in July and August are normally the warmest months in Scotland, with temperatures of an average 19 °C. January and February are generally the coldest months in Scotland, with the daytime maximum temperatures that ranges of an average of around 5° to 7 °C. 


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