Despite its small size, Scotland has many hidden treasures, something for all tastes: scenery, history, castles, sea, mountains.
Oban is a town in the Scottish Highlands and it's recognized as being the seafood and sea kayaking capital of Scotland.
Tobermory was a small fishing village in the 18th century, and today is a picture-postcard place, with brightly coloured houses along the main street.
More than one hundred islands form the Shetland Islands, 100 miles north of the Scottish mainland.
A tiny island, with no more than 70 inhabitants, half-way between Orkney and Shetland Islands, in Scotland.
One of Scotland's best destinations, the charming town of Stromness is a unique place in the world, with its narrow streets, amazing scenery and rich history.
Breathtaking beaches, the northern lights, friendly people, hiking opportunities... what more could you want for your perfect vacation in Scotland?
Situated off the West coast of Mainland Scotland, is the largest and best known of the Inner Hebrides.