Stand back and enjoy spectacular panoramas of crystal –clear lochs, lush green forests, rugged mountains and enchanted moorlands; all rich in wildlife roaming free in their natural habitat. See dolphins leap along the Moray Firth and wild stags parade the hills.
As well as the more sedate side, the Highlands provides an outdoor playground for the adventure hungry; from white water rafting to mountain biking, surfing to abseiling, the Highlands can cater for all abilities, beginner to advanced.
The open spaces and clear seas provide a wealth of natural ingredients typically found on menus across the Highlands. Restaurants have access to the best of local produce including Highland beef and game, langoustines, scallops and white fish native to the Hebrides, North Sea and Atlantic.
Living in this amazing natural environment leads Highland business owners to realise this resource in a sustainable, environmentally friendly manner, after all it is the unspoilt splendour that make this place unique. So for a journey you will never forget, make sure you visit the Highlands, where you will be welcomed the traditional way. ‘Ceud Mile Failte’ or ‘a hundred thousand welcomes’.
For more information on the Highlands go to http://www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/highlands/