West coast Scotland
The ever-changing landscape of Scotland’s West Coast is as beautiful on a day of grey, moody conditions as it is on one of glorious sunshine. Rugged peaks and vast empty glens roll down to the coast, its endless stretches of wild sand dunes supporting a delicate ecosystem of life. From the soaring peak of Ben Nevis to the mythical monster of Loch Ness, this is a region of majestic splendour.
Visit historic castles and tour whisky distilleries, savouring the intricate flavors of peat, smoke and sea salt in one of Scotland’s finest exports. Walk along deserted white sand beaches, their shores draped in emerald green and inhabited only by seabirds and delicate wildflowers.