This huge swathe of inland water is surrounded by incredibly picturesque countryside, which explains why it's always popular with tourists looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. There is also plenty of choice locally when it comes to group and family accommodation, with everything from conversions to hotels on offer.
Can you even take a trip to Scotland without visiting The Highlands? The natural scenic beauty is world-famous, with destinations such as the Isle of Skye, Glencoe, Ben Nevis and Loch Ness to explore. Not to mention fantastic pubs serving excellent local food along the way!
This spot blends the best of quiet and friendly town life, with beautiful lochs, cycling, climbing, walking and the Nevis mountain range to explore. It also provides the best of all worlds with excellent local shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants and bars, so you can relax and recharge in style after a day of exploring the great outdoors.
This is another lovely and unspoilt part of Scotland which is steeped in folklore and history. Find forests, coastline, cliff walks, lochs and great towns, including Castle Douglas food town and Robert Burns' hometown, Dumfries. Head to the Galloway Forest to experience one of Europe's few true Dark Sky Parks, where the beauty of the night sky will reveal itself without any light pollution.
There's a reason that this destination has been so widely written about in literature and referenced in music for hundreds of years. It's a truly magical spot which provides incredible views, outdoor pursuits aplenty and the chance to really relax and enjoy the unspoilt countryside and fresh air. It's also a perfect spot if you love to be active, and families and groups will find every possible outdoor activity to enjoy. Whether you love cycling and horse riding or have always wanted to try your hand at bouldering or coasteering, this could be the ideal place for your next holiday.