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The beauty of Central Scotland attracts many visitors each year. It is a centre for adventure sports and for observing nature at its best and being the area located on the Boundary Fault separating the Highlands from the Lowlands of Scotland is one of the most beautiful parts of the United Kingdom thanks to scenery formed from the geological fault movements. With historic towns and castles and some local shopping there is something for everyone. Elcho Castle and Lochleven Castle are well known attractions in the area and tell a story of how the land was ruled years ago.


Central Scotland

Look out for the battlefield of Killiecrankie and visit the Birnam Oak from Shakespeare’s Macbeth fame.  In historic Stirling walk around the quaint streets and visit the castle. Spend time at the Tolbooth and its interesting arts scene and see the display at the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum.

Try some walking in Perthshire amongst lochs and hills, perhaps walking the Rob Roy Way or the famous Drover’s trail. The choice is endless with stunning scenery in a most unspoilt location.

Central Scotland is a great place to come for skiing in winter at Glenshee. Enjoy the welcome in the many restaurants and hotels across the area, and taste locally distilled whisky. Try Gleneagles for a fantastic game of golf near the small town of Auchterarder and walk out to the dramatic Tarmachan Ridge in Perthshire. Part of the Ben Lawers Nature Reserve it is a truly beautiful place for walking.

Spend time observing bird life and listen to a concert of traditional Scottish music. The fishing locations and the varied cycling routes will keep many a visitor occupied and of course planning further visits to this tranquil and unspoilt part of Scotland.


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