Resplendent with towering mountains, jagged geology, and magnificent glens, sailing through the highlands will have you staring in awe at the scenery. You can feel the history of the land and will be taken back in time to events like the Jacobite uprising. On the way into the highlands, see the Man of Stoer sea stack and delight in the antics of the playful dolphins following your boat. After docking, swim up to the pristine beach for some sun-bathing. A visit to the vividly coloured Inverewe Gardens will highlight the contrast between them and the sparse vegetation of the stark highlands.
A whimsical coastal town located in Cornwall, with cramped flagstone lanes. Taste some of the town's famous pastries or take some back to your boat to enjoy later. Stay overnight and spend some time exploring the bars. For tea, try some of the river mussels for which this town is acclaimed.
This well-known sailing area is found in north-west Wales and a must-see when you're planning sailing holidays in the UK. The locality is protected and its beauty unsurpassed. Soak up the atmosphere of this area that has often been chosen for hosting sailing competitions. Use the dinghies on your boat to investigate and tour the coastline.
These Isles in south-west England are off the Cornish coast. On Tresco see the shipwrecked figureheads at the Valhalla Museum or stroll through the Abbey Garden. Sail over to St Martin's later, grab a towel, and spend the day on Great Bay beach. Plan to take a walk through the heathland that covers all the islands.
In this small town in Wales, hire a jet-ski or windsurfer and play in the sea for a while or head over to Porth Neigwl for some surfing. After a fun day in the water, investigate the restaurants and bars to choose where you'll have your evening meal. The following day, pay a visit to the Snowdonia National Park which you can see from Abersoch island, or play a relaxing game of golf on the 18-hole course.