7 days itinerary for a trip to the “Jewels of Scotland”

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1st day: Visit Edinburgh

Walk through the Old Town and the main street of Edinburgh – The Royal Mile. Visit the famous castle – the architectural icon of the Scottish capital. Then getting to know the largest whiskey collection in the world during “The Scotch Whisky Experience Tour”. Then overnight in The Mortonhall Caravan Park.

2nd day: A trip to the Kelpies, Stirling and Fort William

The Kelpies are 30-meter high and 300-ton monuments.
Drive in the direction of Stirling and visit the castle, which is one of the most famous Scottish fortifications and the place where many Scottish kings and queens lived, including Maria I Stuart.
On to Fort William. A walk around the town. Overnight in Fort William Glen Navis Caravan and Camping site.

3rd day: A trip to Glen Etive

Glen Etive is a picturesque valley where James Bond 007 “Skyfall” was pictured. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the mountainous Scottish landscape.
On to Fort Augustus a beautifully located town set between hills and canals. Its main attraction – besides the close neighbourhood of Loch Ness – is the Lock on the Caledonian Canal. This is a real spectacle, which always gathers a large number of people watching the water pumping and boat transport. The Caledonian Canal connects the Scottish East Coast of Inverness with the west coast at Corpach near Fort William.

Drumnadrochit and Loch Ness is a very popular town that attracts a lot of people, especially with its ubiquitous history, the world of legends and fantasy. In its surroundings are the ruins of the famous Urquhart Castle, right on the shores of Loch Ness. It is the second most-visited Scottish castle and was built at the beginning of the 13th century.
Overnight stay in Loch Ness Shores Camping and Caravanning site

4th day: Isle of Skye

Visit Dunvegan Castle with its beautiful gardens. It is said that the castle is the oldest inhabited castle in Scotland.
Then visit lighthouse in Neist Point – the westernmost beautifully located lighthouse on the Isle of Skye and then Hiking to Old Man of Storr.
followed by an overnight stay in Loch Ness Shores Camping and Caravanning site

5th day: Visiting Portree

Portree, take a Walk around the main town of the island with its characteristic, picturesque bay and colourful houses.
Then visit Kilt Rock – a picturesque cliff with a waterfall falling straight into the sea. Where you can also look for traces of the dinosaur.

Fairy Pools – a “fairy-tale” place full of the unusual, covered with green, cone-shaped terrain shaped as a result of landslides.

6th day: Quiraing

Quiraing – “unearthly” geological formations created as a result of landslides.
Visit Talisker whiskey distillery famous Isle of Skye distillery.
Then Visit Eilean Donan Castle – one of the most popular castles in Scotland, which is a kind of icon, advertising the country on postcards, brochures and other advertising materials. Due to its great location, Eilean Donan is considered one of the most-photographed castles in Scotland.

Day 7: Return to Edinburgh

Stopping in Glasgow for a late lunch and Klevingrove Museum and a visit to the Art Gallery visit.