Visit South Scotland for spectacular sea views, rolling hills, hidden lochs and all round natural splendour; perfect for romantic retreats, family holidays, and walking trips for young and old.
While the South of Scotland is home to a greater number of people than the North, it is still sparsely populated, resulting in a largely unspoilt area with great natural beauty, while still allowing for fantastic city visits. Any holiday in this area should include a trip to the capital city of Edinburgh; with great shopping, and fantastic cultural and historic offerings such as Arthur’s Seat and Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh is well worth a visit. Glasgow too is perfect for any urban adventurers; boasting the likes of the Scottish Opera and Ballet, as well as the National Theatre, there’s plenty to do to ensure a great day, or days, out.
For those who prefer the untamed reaches of Scotland there are a wealth of options available; with fantastic walking routes along the extensive coastline, as well as the more landlocked regions, this is a rambler’s paradise. Ever more stunning views can be found around each and every corner, with many travellers seeking out the Mull of Galloway, Scotland’s southernmost point, where the view encompasses four countries. With such a variety of things to do and see, South Scotland really does have something for everyone.