the Scotland landscape with a Camping Cars, Campervan,
Motorhome or Camper from one of the above Scotland Camper
hire companies. With a Recreational Vehicle hire, you
have the complete freedom to discover the Scotland Countryside
at your own pace with no strict timetables or hotel check
when and where you want to ! Have the convenience of
storage space where you can take all the essential items
that you require for your family vacation up in the mountains
or alongside a river or down on the beach.
life time memories with a Scottish self drive camper
rental. Experience the adventure of the open road with
your Scottish Camper Rental and enjoy great value for
money (especially for families) with being able to prepare
your own meals plus also the bonus of spending quality
time with the family.
Scotland (Scottish Gaelic: Alba) is a nation in
northwest Europe and one of the four constituent countries
of the United Kingdom. It occupies the northern third of
the island of Great Britain and shares a land border to the
south with England. It is bounded by the North Sea to the
east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, and the North
Channel and Irish Sea to the southwest. Apart from the mainland,
Scotland consists of over 790 islands.
the country's capital and second largest city, is one
of Europe's largest financial centres.Scotland's largest
city is Glasgow, which is the centre of the Greater Glasgow
conurbation. Greater Glasgow is home to approximately
40% of Scotland's population. Scottish waters consist
of a large sector of the North Atlantic and the North
Sea, containing the largest oil reserves in the European
Kingdom of Scotland was an independent state until 1
May 1707, when the Acts of Union (despite widespread
protest across Scotland) resulted in a political union
with the Kingdom of England to create the Kingdom of
Great Britain. Scotland's legal system continues to be
separate from those of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland,
and Scotland still constitutes a discrete jurisdiction
in public and in private international law. The continued
independence of Scots law, the Scottish education system,
and the Church of Scotland have been three factors contributing
to the continuation of Scottish culture and Scottish
national identity since the Union. However, Scotland
is no longer a sovereign state and does not have direct
membership of either the United Nations or the European
The climate of Scotland is temperate and oceanic, and tends to be very
changeable. It is warmed by the Gulf Stream from the Atlantic,
and as such has much milder winters (but cooler, wetter summers)
than areas on similar latitudes, for example Oslo or Moscow. However,
temperatures are generally lower than in the rest of the UK, with
the coldest ever UK temperature of -27.2°C (-16.96°F) recorded
at Braemar in the Grampian Mountains, on 11 February 1895 and 10
January 1982 and also at Altnaharra, Highland, on 30 December 1995.
Winter maximums average 6°C (42.8°F) in the lowlands, with
summer maximums averaging 18°C (64.4°F). The highest temperature
recorded was 32.9°C (91.22°F) at Greycrook, Scottish Borders
on 9 August 2003.
Most Popular Attractions in Scotland
One of the most famous lakes in the world, Loch Ness is the second largest loch in Scotland after Loch Lomond (and due to its great depth it is the largest by volume). About a mile wide at most places it holds the legend of an infamous sea monster. The most notorious mythical creature of modern time, Nessie, is said to dwell in the lake. With an air of mystery, the intriguing area of Loch Ness should not be missed. You might even get a glimpse of Nessie!
Edinburgh Castle is a magnificent example of Scotland's architecture, ideology, political tact and military importance. High up on the summit of a dormant volcano lurks this dominating structure. Its presence is visible for miles in every direction. Intimidating all who would challenge them, the Scottish utilized Edinburgh Castle for all of their major battles and military strategizing.
Eilean Donan is a small island in Loch Duich in the western Highlands of Scotland. Connected to the mainland by a footbridge, the island is dominated by a picturesque medieval castle. The original castle was built in the early 13th century as a defense against the Vikings.
Situated deep into the highlands of Scotland, Ben Nevis is the British Isle's highest summit. Offering stunningly spectacular views and historical malice, Ben Nevis attracts viewers, hikers and climbers alike to celebrate the tranquility of the surrounding nature.
One of the most prestigious and well-preserved brochs in the Shetland Islands, this impressive structure is a rotund tower lined with stone internally and externally to provide the optimum strength as a defensive structure. The tower was built around 100 BC and is the only broch which is complete right to the top, including the original intramural stair.
Melrose Abbey was founded in 1136 by Cistercian monks, on the request of King David I of Scotland. This grand ruin with lavish masonic decoration is thought to hold the embalmed heart of Robert the Bruce, another king of Scotland. Truly a place of legends, Melrose Abbey is one of the most historically significant architectural structures in Scotland.
The atmosphere is quiet and beautiful scenery, that's the impression you get when visiting this beach. In addition, many marine habitats you rarely see such as whales, dolphins, seals, red deer, golden eagle and white eagle are also found there.
Located about a mile to the east of George Square, the Cathedral has one of the finest post-war collections of stained-glass windows in Britain. Anyone visiting Glasgow Cathedral will be impressed with the stunning architecture and history.
Arran and Orkney islands shall exist in the list of your visit. Two islands in Scotland this is a place keep important secrets owned Scottish history. The two islands are located in the cold seas of Scotland, Arran and Orkney Island offers stunning views of the castle ruins, stone circles and ancient temples.
Blair Drummond Park is situated less than an hour's drive from both Glasgow and Edinburgh. You'll love this scotland tourist attractions, because in this place you can enjoy animals with wide open spaces. You can start off by driving through the animal reserves, then once you have parked you can take a walk through pets farm, visit the adventure areas, take in the falconry and sea lion displays, and visit chimp island.