Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland lying at the east of the narrow 'belt' in the middle of the country. It is a beautiful old city, very famous for its Castle and the festivals in August and at Hogmanay.
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland situated about an hour's drive west of Edinburgh. Glasgow is famous for its architecture, museums, football, and possibly most of all, its friendly people. Elsewhere in Central Scotland you're never far from a historical monument, castle or place to visit.
Southern Scotland comprises rolling hills, forest and beautiful old market towns. Towns in the Borders and Dumfries & Galloway are steeped in history and tradition. Southern Scotland is a wonderful, peaceful place to visit.
Northern Scotland takes in the wilderness of the North-West Highlands south to beautiful Argyll and over to Perthshire, the high Grampians and lowland Aberdeenshire. It is a vast area dominated mostly by mountainous terrain, wilder in the west and more rolling as you come further east. Exploring Northern Scotland could take some time so make sure you're not in a hurry.
The Islands comprise the Inner Hebrideas like Skye and Mull to the west of the country along with the Outer Hebrideas including Lewis, Harris and North and South Uist. Off the north coast of the Scottish mainland lies Orkney - a very lush green set of Islands. To the north of Orkney lies Shetland - a set of islands on the same latitude as Norway and Sweden.
Choose from the selection of caravans available to hire in Scotland as shown above.