An island situated on the Northwest coast of Scotland, connected to the mainland by bridge. It's the largest island in the Inner Hebrides archipelago, and takes its name from the old Norse sky-a, which means ‘cloud island’.
Loch Ness is a large freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands, expanding approximately thirty-seven metres southwest of Inverness.
The most famous of Scotland’s glens, Glencoe, is home to the UK’s tallest mountain, making it an unmissable stop on your trip. Fort William is often described as the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK.'
A more southern look at Scotland’s scenic driving routes takes us to the incredibly underrated, less talked about Scottish Borders.
The southernmost island of the inner southern Hebrides and lies in Argyll and Bute. It's best known for its whiskey distilleries, stunning scenery, wildlife and friendly natives.
Right in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, and the proud owner of the title of the largest national park in the UK. It's renowned for its amazing wildlife and access to nature.
The ULTIMATE road trip route, known as route 500. It's common knowledge in Scotland that this is the best route to take, with a total drive time of the roughly 13 hours and 35 minutes, This route spans across the north coast of and begins in the city of Inverness.