Scottish Travel - Sightseeing - Accommodation

including Guide to Inverness & Loch Ness and The Hebrides

The most popular islands in the Inner & Outer Hebrides include:

Orkney and Shetland in the far north of Scotland are not to be missed.

There's plenty of bed & breakfasts and hotel accommodation in Scotland to choose from:

View Short breaks in hotels or B&B special offers

With its fantastic scenery and wildlife, Scotland has much to offer outdoor enthusiasts including walking, cycling, skiing, golf, fishing, watersports and lots more:

Largely based on my personal travels, this online guide contains details on transport, sightseeing, outdoor activities and accommodation throughout Scotland with particular emphasis on the Highlands and Islands (including the Outer Hebrides or Western Isles).

Launched in May 1996, this site has been recommended by books including Lonely Planet guidebook for Scotland and 'The Rough Guide to Scotland'.

The Internet Guide to Scotland is designed and maintained by Joanne Mackenzie-Winters

From the lone shieling of the misty island
Mountains divide us, and a waste of seas; yet
Still the blood is strong; the heart is Highland
And we in dreams behold the Hebrides

( Canadian Boat Song, circa 1829 )