Welcome to Visit Inverness Loch Ness, tourist information and highland holiday planning site. Your guide to planning an unforgettable holiday in the Scottish Highlands.
Here you will find everything you need to know about visiting Inverness and our most famous neighbour, Loch Ness. Uncover a world steeped in history and untouched by time. A place where monster myths and ancient mysteries are waiting to be discovered. Experience our Scottish castles, standing guard over misty lochs, and some fabulous Scottish traditions. Our rich and diverse natural countryside attracts thousands of wildlife enthusiasts each year. It’s time for you to join us!
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Whether you are looking for city, country or loch-side accommodation, or simply looking for things to do and places to see during your holiday, come and experience the very best of what Inverness and Loch Ness has to offer. Find out all about the many wonderful accommodation options and visitor attractions in the area. Discover the natural wonder of the Scottish Highlands with a range of magnificent outdoor activities. And experience a world of amazing traditions, fabulous festivals and warm, welcoming people.
From picturesque towns and untamed wilderness to the rolling hills and legendary Loch Ness monster, make Visit Inverness Loch Ness your single port of call when planning a holiday to one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland.Plan Your Scottish Holiday
Did you know, that Highland cows are the oldest registered breed of cattle in the world? This iconic breed of lovable ‘coos’ had their first mention way back in the 6th century! A very long time ago indeed!
Friendly in nature and a hardy breed they are very distinctive creatures with their large horns and long coats. Furthermore, they can live up to 20 years, each cow having on average 12 calves in their lifetime.
Find out more about our beloved Highland cows in Inverness and see where you can spot them when you visit.