Tour Ideas (17)
Here you will find some tour itineraries of Scotland. These itineraries have been put together to give some idea of what can be done and seen. All tours mentioned in this category serve as suggestions only.
JD Scott Golf Tours offers you the opportunity to play golf on 2 of Ayrshires Championship golf courses, Barassie Links, British Open qualifying courses and the very impressive Belleisle Golf course, a very challenging course. We will also offer you the opportunity to fish the famous rivers of Scotland the Tay and the Spey where Our team of highly experienced qualified professional fishing guides will ensure that you have a day to remember. Our fishing experiences will include everything you require from permit and equipment to tuition and advice.
JD Scott Golf Tours will organise every aspect and fine detail of your golf tour so all you have to do is relax and enjoy some of the Scotland`s wonderful golfing links, visit the impressive Culzean castle and sample our world famous Scotch Whisky at the AD Rattray Whisky experience.
Rosslyn Chapel is famously regarded as the resting place of the Holy Grail and featured in the blockbuster hit "The Davinci Code". It is a medieval chapel that is situated in the Midlothian Region of Scotland within easy driving distance of Edinburgh.
When choosing your baby’s first holiday experience, give Scotland some consideration. It may be the home of golf and tartan but unbeknown to many tourists, it is an ideal family destination.
One of the great things about living in or near a country as compact and historical as Scotland is that you have a number of travel options that require very little effort or hassle. For many other people all around the world, the idea of travelling off to parts unknown involves a great deal of planning, and probably the purchase of plane tickets.
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Host City for 2014 Commonwealth Games
The Glasgow City Tour takes us from past to present and covers more than thirty points of interest. Glasgow was founded by St. Mungo in the 6th Century on the spot where Glasgow Cathedral now stands and where our tour begins.
On the most southern part of Loch Ness, Fort Augustus is situated on the Great Glen Way of the Caledonian Canal and is half way between Inverness, the capital of the Highlands and Fort William. The original name for the village was Cill Chuimein, literally “the Church of Chuimein”, after the said Chuimein, Abbot of Iona, who established the church in the 6th century.