Places of Interest
The details below are intended as a general guide only. For specific tour details, first check Availability and then follow the link from the Tour Description.
St Andrews Tourist Information Tel:01334 472021
A picturesque town and religious centre and best known as the home of golf, St Andrew’s also boasts a 12th Century castle and Scotland’s oldest university.
Kingdom of Fife
has villages which are arguably amongst the most beautiful in Britain, whilst the coastline offers miles of safe golden sands.
is a relatively short journey away and is Scotland’s most historic city and the country’s capital. It has various events going on throughout the year – including the famous Tattoo in August. The city also boasts some excellent shopping, bars and restaurants and a magnificent hilltop castle.
Perth Tourist Information Tel:01738 638353
Known as one of Scotland’s fairest cities, Perth is home to a fine art gallery, a well-stocked reference library and the oldest established repertory theatre in Scotland.
Loch Tay and the Trossachs
is an area of lochs where deep, clear blue water reflects the mountainous surroundings.
is Scotland’s hidden route north to the Highlands, a beautiful Highland glen and southern gateway to the Cairngorms National Park and Royal Deeside. Known as ‘the glen of the fairies’, Glenshee has a rich and intriguing history which spans thousands of years – the Glen’s ancient meeting place behind the kirk was called ‘Dun Shith’ (Hill of the Fairies) and is still dominated by a standing stone from the Bronze age.