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The Weather in Alexandria
Above is a climate diagram for Alexandria. July is the warmest month of the year in Alexandria, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 19°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Unravel Scottish myth with holiday homes in Alexandria
Your holiday home sits on privileged ground in Scotland's Alexandria, where medieval fortresses nestle in the fecund hillsides. The views over Scotland's world-renowned lochs are nothing short of transcendent, with the rugged majesty that only Scotland can muster.
Fairytale Scottish castles
Cameron House is the pinnacle of Scottish luxury. The ornate baronial mansion sits on a hundred acres of groomed grounds, which contrast with views of untamed purple mountains and the moody loch. The spa facilities are palatial and include a rooftop infinity pool. The golf course is immaculately maintained.
Commanding views over Loch Lomond, walled gardens and nature trails are a few of the attractions of Balloch Castle. The castle itself is romantically derelict but that won't hinder you from discovering delightful guided walks through two hundred acres of land.
Look for the Loch Ness monster
Pursue the truth about the Loch Ness monster at Scotland's second most famous (though no less gorgeous) loch. At Loch Lomond Aquarium, you will find out exactly what lives in the loch. What's more, you will encounter exciting exhibits like the Bay of Rays, home to the only Cow Nose Rays in Scotland, and special events for kids.
Take to the air at the Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Center where myths about Britain's birds of prey are debunked. Watch a live raptor show, learn to distinguish different owl calls, or take a Hawk Walk. You will have the chance to fly a hawk yourself.
Take the ferry to Britain's largest inland island, Inchmurrin, which lies opposite Alexandria. The island takes its name from the chapel dedicated to St Mirren that once presided over the island. Visitors have included the who's who of Scotch celebrities, such as Mary Queen of Scots and Robert the Bruce. Ramble along or swim off quiet beaches and discover archaeological treasures like Lennox Castle and a 7th century monastery.
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