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Options for extended stays in The Highlands

Britain’s highest mountain range, vast forests and abundance of wildlife can all be found in Cairngorns National Park. The UK’s best skiing, miles of trails and outdoor activities to satisfy all abilities, the Park is a must visit.

Moray Speyside features one of the world’s most beatiful coastlines and Scotland’s only Malt Whisky Trail. Spectacular beaches punctuated with picturesque villages and pretty harbours give the area a character and charm that has to be seen.

John O’Groats and Dunnet Head, the northern most point of the UK, are ideal starting points to explore the North Highlands and it’s coastal trails and natural landscapes.

Skye was recently voted the 4th best island in the world and along with Lochalsh have some of the countries most inspiring landscapes. An interesing and turbulant history, some of the best local produce and award winning restaurants ensure that this is an area that has to be tasted.

Fort William is the Highlands biggest town and self proclaimed Outdoor Capital of the UK – with adrenaline filled activities, a variety of lochs and glens and peaceful rolling countryside the area has something for everyone.

For further information on all areas of the Highlands visit http://www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/highlands/

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