Scotland’s west coast should be top of your list when planning a trip to Scotland. Explore the best bits of the west coast of Scotland on this itinerary from Glasgow, ferry hopping from Oban to Mull, Ardnamurchan to the Isle of Skye.
Visiting the West Coast of Scotland
Let me introduce you to the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, one of Scotland’s true hidden gems. Here are my things to do in Ardnamurchan.
The Isle of Skye’s dramatic Cuillin mountain range dominates the misty isles’ skyline wherever you look – and it can be viewed all its magnificence from a walk to Camasunary Beach on the Elgol Peninsula.
With otherworldly mountains and white sand beaches, amazing wildlife and tasty pies Assynt and Lochinver is one of Scotland’s most spectacular regions. Here is how to visit.
Just off the remote north-west coast of Scotland lies Handa, one of Scotland’s most beautiful islands and a nationally important wildlife reserve. Here’s how to visit the paradise of Handa Island.
A guide to visiting Wester Ross, one of the world’s most spectacular regions.
With a pretty harbour, iconic sailing waters and some of the best views in Scotland across the Inner Hebrides, Crinan is nicknamed ‘Scotland’s most beautiful shortcut’.
No visit to Scotland is complete without a walk in the spectacular Glen Coe. Follow me!
The gorgeous Attadale Gardens form part of the Attadale Estate, a 30,000-acre highland estate which stretches from Loch Carron to the Applecross peninsula. A botanic garden with a family heart.