Astonishing Views

Northern Scotland is a breathtakingly beautiful region with a rugged coastline, stunning landscapes, and a rich cultural heritage. Exploring it in a Easicampers VW campervan can be a fantastic adventure. Here are some wondrous places in Northern Scotland that you should consider visiting:

  1. Isle of Skye: Known for its dramatic landscapes, including the Fairy Pools, the Old Man of Storr, and the Quiraing. The Isle of Skye offers fantastic camping spots and scenic drives.
  2. North Coast 500: This is a popular driving route that takes you through some of the most stunning scenery in the Highlands. Highlights include the Bealach na Bà pass and the remote beaches along the north coast.
  3. Loch Ness: While searching for the Loch Ness Monster, you can also enjoy the beautiful scenery around this famous lake. There are several campsites nearby.
  4. Cairngorms National Park: Explore the UK’s largest national park, known for its mountains, forests, and abundant wildlife. You can park your campervan in designated areas.
  5. Orkney Islands: Accessible by ferry, the Orkney Islands are rich in history and natural beauty. Visit Skara Brae, a Neolithic village, and enjoy the rugged coastal landscapes.
  6. Shetland Islands: Even further north, the Shetland Islands offer a unique culture and beautiful landscapes. Don’t miss the cliffs of Eshaness and the Shetland Ponies.
  7. Glencoe: This valley is famous for its dramatic, almost otherworldly, scenery. It’s an excellent place for hiking and camping.
  8. Assynt and the Northwest Highlands: Explore the stunning landscapes of Assynt, with its distinctive peaks like Suilven and Stac Pollaidh. There are several campsites in the area.
  9. Ben Nevis: If you’re up for a challenge, consider climbing the UK’s highest peak, Ben Nevis. There’s a campsite at the base for your campervan.
  10. Durness: Located on the north coast, Durness offers stunning beaches, including the famous Sango Sands. The Smoo Cave is also worth exploring.
  11. Glenfinnan Viaduct: Harry Potter fans will recognize this viaduct from the films. It’s a beautiful spot to visit, and you can camp nearby.
  12. The Black Isle: Despite the name, this peninsula is not actually an island. It’s known for its charming villages, coastline, and wildlife. Camping spots are available.

Remember to check local regulations and campsite availability, especially during peak tourist seasons. Northern Scotland is known for its changeable weather, so be prepared for varying conditions during your Easicampers campervan adventure.

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