Scotland In Pictures

Ardnamurchan Point

Ardnamurchan Point is the most westerly point on the UK mainland. It’s about an hours drive mainly single track road from the Corran Ferry at Ardgour. It can also be accessed from ‘The road to the isles’.

Applecross Peninsular

Home to just a couple of hundred people, and accessed by only two roads, the Bealach pass road from the south and the coast road from the North, this is a haven from the noise and clutter of modern life.

Luskentyre beach

Situated on the west coast of the Isle of Harris Luskentyre beach is the most stunning beach I have ever been on. On a bright summers day you would think you where in the Caribbean or a Pacific Island.