Loch Ness is a place in Scotland which is extended over 23 miles and is enclosed with pictorial villages, scenes of mountains and the place also captures the traces of Urquhart Castle. You would surely be in love with the vintage
Feels of the place.
This is yet another location you will fall in love with because of its exciting cliff top walks between an RSPB Reserve and also it has a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is Scotland’s most southerly spot to enjoy the amazing pictorial views. You will also witness the very old and beautiful whitewashed Robert Stevenson designed lighthouse from where you can enjoy breathtaking landscapes.
As the name depicts so is the location full of wonders and angelic views. The place will charm you up with some amazing symbolism. It has Cascading waterfalls which pass by the carved rock which dips into clear turquoise pools giving it the magical effect.
Edinburgh castle holds a historic beauty. It is rested high on an antique steep fortress topping the capital city. Edinburgh Castle is one of the most famous paid tourist attraction of the country. The Castel also serves as a home to some notable portrayals including the Crown Jewels and the Stone of Destiny.
Rosslyn Chapel is also another ancient place of 15th century holding importance in the history of Scotland, each surface of this chapel is shielded in ornate and enigmatic stone carvings and representations. It has a story behind it, it is assumed to be one of the most mysterious sites of Scotland which headed to its incorporation in Dan Brown’s very successful novel, The Da Vinci Code.
For all the beach lovers who are searching for some peace near the beach, this is the place for you. Last but not least it’s time to relax on the beach. Scotland is observed to have many charming compasses of sand to spend your quality time but this one is the best. Luskentyre Beach is located on Harris and it has been chosen as one of the best in the world.
So, these are the best places to visit in Scotland and make your trip full of memoirs.