Angus and Dundee are renowned for its historic town and cities, outstanding castles, superb angling and famous gold courses.
Dundee is steeped in industrial heritage. It made its mark after the Industrial Revolution with its textile manufacturing, especially jute.
Today Dundee is classed as one of Scotland’s most surprising cities. It’s also great for city centre shopping malls.
Angus has everything from outdoor activities and heritage to family entertainment. From historic walks, visiting Glamis Castle and relaxing shopping trips to fun filled adventure themed play parks. Angus attracts all types of visitors.
Perthshire is most definitely an idyllic discovery. No matter where you decide to stay in Perthshire there will be something to suit everyone of all ages. In Perthshire you will discover beautiful towns and villages such as Pitlochry, Aberfeldy, Dunkeld and Birnam and Blair Atholl. All of these towns are unique in their own way. Pitlochry has the famous fish ladder, Blair Atholl renowned for Blair Castle and Dunkeld and Birnam is said to be one of the best preserved historic towns in Scotland and don’t forget that Beatrix Potter used to holiday in Birnam as a child. In fact, you will find Beatrix Potter Exhibition there, they say this is where she got most of her inspiration from for her children’s books.
Fife has quant little villages and bustling towns. It is set in breathtaking countryside and surrounded by spectacular coastline. It was also voted the number 1 outdoor destination. It is the home of golf and it has also Scotland’s highest number of national attractions. You will always find something for all ages to do in Fife for both young and old.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is famous for its many stunning falls. In fact, there are seven in total, Sruth Ban, Falls of Falloch, Falls of Dochart, Falls of Edinample, Falls of Leny, Bracklinn Falls and Inversnaid waterfall. All of which are absolutely breathtaking. As well as their famous falls, you will not be disappointed either by their spectacular lochs. The National Park is home to 22 larger lochs, which actually accounts for 6.5% of the landscape. The largest loch of them all of course is Loch Lomond stretching 24 miles from Balloch in the south to Ardlui in the north. Loch Katrine, Loch Voil and Loch Venachar are also large lochs. You can also discover great boat trips, wonderful wildlife as well as interesting cycling routes.
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