8 Stunning Natural Wonders of Scotland

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Scotland is recognized to be one of the most picturesque places on Earth. From first sight, the country fascinates you with dramatic landscapes, eye-catching views, and lovely lowlands. To fully appreciate this picturesque nature take one of the Scotland tours and look for yourself that this country is worth visiting. 

1. Pentland hills

The Pentland Hills are a perfect place to start your acquaintance with Scotland as they are easy to reach and offer a great view of Scottish lowlands. And in case you are into hiking, you'll find plenty of walks and hikes with unforgettable views to remember.

2. Epping Forest

Epping Forest is another great spot to visit. And if you've decided to make Pentland hills your starting point, then the Edinburgh to London train is the easiest way to get there.

Epping Forest is not just an ordinary place. It's an ancient woodland that once was a royal hunting area. Nowadays, walking in the Epping Forest, you can see cattle in the meadow, ducks, geese, swans, and grebes in the Connaught Water. In general, it's a perfect place to enjoy the beauty of mother nature and have a relaxing walk.

3. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park 

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is a unique and scenic place. And for most locals, it's an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Visiting this place, you can not only hike but also go boating, kayaking, fishing, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, and many more. As you see, this place offers plenty of activities to take. Hence, this spot is a great addition to any trip to Scotland.

4. Ben Nevis 

Undoubtedly, Ben Navis is one of the foremost Scottish wonders that draw the attention of thousands of tourists. It is the highest mountain that once was an active volcano. And from the top of Ben Navis, you can see the ruins of an observatory built-in 1883.

5. Cairngorms National Park

Cairngorms National Park is supposed to be one of the most visited places in Scotland. And it's not for nothing! The park includes three rivers, several mountains and hills, and lots of heather moorlands, which will surely impress you. Also, Cairngorms National Park offers an excellent opportunity to go skiing, snowboarding, sledding and dogsledding.

6. Hebrides Islands 

Visiting the Hebrides, a group of islands off the west coast of Scotland, is a great way to see white sand beaches and stunning scenery within the landscape of barren terrain and rocky coast. There are also important historical and archaeological sites within the region.

7. Gruinard Bay 

Gruinard Bay features rocky coves and pink sandy beaches. Thus, there is no doubt, this place is going to astound you! And interesting to note that Gruinard Bay is a unique geological spot, as many unusual stones can be found there. This place is a must-visit, if not for stones, then for the spectacular views and authentic atmosphere this place conveys.

8. Kintyre

Kintyre is the very place that has something for everyone. Traveling there, you can visit Rochan Point, a popular seals spot, or Carradale, a pretty village with a harbor. And in case you are into history, explore ancient ruins with carved grave slabs on the east coast of Kintyre. 

All in all, Scotland is one of those countries that take your breath away. You can't help but admire towering mountains, glittering lochs, dense woodlands, and sandy beaches. Therefore, be sure, Scotland is always a good choice.

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