According to various travel journals, Scotland is among the top 20 most stunning places on the planet. Summer has arrived in Scotland and it’s time to enjoy all its corners and the country’s most beautiful shooting locations.
When it comes to traveling with spots scattered over long distances from each other, you can not do without a car rental service. The most pleasant thing about this, besides, of course, simplicity and speed in organizing a car for rent, is the price. After all, the prices for renting a car have become very affordable, which is noticeable in such luxurious and expensive cities of the world as Dubai. You will be surprised, but even Porsche for rent in Dubai will be affordable for people of all income levels, so feel free to give yourself an unforgettable driving experience while traveling through the most Instagrammable places in Scotland.
Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye
Old Man Storr’s rugged summit and Kilt Rock’s beautiful sea wall are also on Skye, however the Magic Pools are really something special. If the name wasn’t enticing enough, how about observing and swimming in spring-fed rock pools with crystal clear water?
Isle of Harris
This island has much more to offer than just Instagram-worthy photos. The small island in the Outer Hebrides has crystal blue water and fine sand. Visit Bernerais in the Isles of Uist for a short boat trip on magnificent uninhabited beaches.
Tarbert Harbor, Lake Fine
This charming tiny fishing community on Loch Fyne is steeped in history. The horseshoe-shaped lake is surrounded by sailing boats and quaint, colorful cottages, creating a tranquil haven. When is the best moment to shoot a photo? When all of the beautiful splendor is lighted at night.
The Witchery by the Castle, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh
Very dark and extremely gothic, this restaurant-hotel with a design on the verge of theatricality has been repeatedly called one of the most unusual in the whole world. The Witchery by the Castle is an establishment at the top of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile that offers comfortable rooms with a glamorous and slightly ostentatious design. Rooms with wooden furniture, canopy, two-person bathtubs and old polished floors – in such a hotel you can easily be transported back to the Victorian era. There are 9 rooms in The Witchery by the Castle in total. Room rates start at £325 per night.
Blackhouse Village, Isle of Lewis
This nineteenth-century beach village is unlike any other. It was abandoned but has now been completely repaired and is currently operating. With roofs with thatch and cobblestone walls, the group of small houses is rather distinctive. Nothing compares to being alone in the woods. And there’s nothing except thousands of stars above you.
Eileen Musdil, Inner Hebrides
The Lismore Lighthouse situated has been drawn many times by various artists, but it is worth seeing in person. It was constructed in 1833 on an island of ten acres in the Inner Hebrides. Enjoy watching sunsets there.
Travel to this southwest destination, just south of Portavady, for stunning sea panoramas and a coastal adventure that’s ideal for Scottish summertime photography. The neighboring beauty of the Isles of Bute and Arran, as well as the western beaches of Tarbert and Campbeltown, may be seen from Ardlamont Point. Take a stroll or ride your bike along Ardlamont Point to see the nearby islands without straining your eyes and to meet the local cows and wildlife.
Buachaille Etive Mor
This mountain attracts climbers from all over the world. It is the most breathtaking sight possible. It is situated at the head of Glen Etive in the Highlands, surrounded by the other Munro peaks, and is known simply as Buachaille.
Roslyn Chapel, Midlothian
Perhaps the most mysterious church in Scotland, the history of the construction of which is shrouded in numerous legends. The main secret of the chapel is the carving that adorns the ceiling of the building, in the form of animals, plants and other symbols, the meaning of which scientists from all over the world still cannot unravel. According to legend, those who manage to understand their meaning will be able to find treasures in the Roslyn Chapel building. Someone suggests that the Holy Grail may be located here, and someone says that the treasures of the Templars are hidden in the caches. Skeptics, on the other hand, argue that the symbols are nothing more than the notes of some old melody.
Tobermory, Isle of Mull
The island’s capital, Tobermory, began as a port for fishing throughout the eighteenth century and has since grown into a bustling municipality. It is famed for its colorful buildings that line the coast, making it Scotland’s most picturesque port.
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