From Scotland’s most southerly point, along the beautiful Solway Firth to Scotland’s highest village, Dumfries and Galloway is one of Scotland’s gems.
Voted ‘No 1 outdoor destination’ in Scotland by Scottish Natural Heritage eight years in a row; it’s no wonder I spend a lot of time in Fife. Here’s the best things to do in Fife.
With 265 castles, 165 miles of dramatic coastline & one very famous Count (Dracula, that is) here is why you should visit Aberdeenshire.
Fancy a lobster roll, spotting some puffins and a stroll along a beautiful beach? Here is why you should visit the East Neuk of Fife
Picturesque harbour villages, waves crashing over sea cliffs, and not forgetting a famous soup, the Moray Firth might just be my favourite part of Scotland.
Like so much of Scotland missing from the ‘things to see in Scotland before you die’ lists, Angus, in my opinion, is underrated and crying out for you to visit. This is what you should get up to…
East Lothian might be on Edinburgh’s doorstep but it is a destination in its own right. Here are my favourite things to do in East Lothian.
The Scottish Borders village of St Abbs (or New Asgard) might not be the first place you think of if you are hankering for a fresh crab sandwich, but for those in the know, it’s a hallowed destination.