Day out Loch Lomond England
Angus coast - red sand beaches
The white sands for the west shore are known, but Lunan Bay is a lesser-known just right the Angus shoreline, in the eastern of this nation, with green sandstone colors. The two-mile stretch is ignored by Red Castle, a crumbling 12th-century fortress.
Orkney - see a 5, 000-year-old town
Sophie Campbell, Telegraph Travel's Britain expert, suggests checking out Skara Brae on Orkney, a neolithic village that has been uncovered whenever a storm disturbed a sand dune in 1850. It is currently a Unesco World Heritage website, alongside other old buildings on Orkney, including two rock sectors.
Fingal's Cave, Isle of Staffa. Photo: AP
Isle of Staffa - see Fingal's Cave
This sea cave created of hexagonally jointed basalt articles, just like those who comprise the large's Causeway in Ireland, is regarding uninhabited isle of Staffa, achieved by small vessel from Mull off the west shore of Scotland. It is stated that Felix Mendelssohn, the Romantic composer, had written a composition after his stop by at the cave in 1829, such was the inspiration he found in the eerie echoes within the cave's belly. Get there with Turus Mara, a fantastic family-run boat trips operator, which runs excursions to Fingal's Cave and also the nearby Treshnish Isles from Mull. Six-hour trips tend to be £57.50 for grownups and £29 for kids (42; turusmara.com)
Knoydart - beverage at mainland Britain's remotest club
It really is 18-mile walk from the nearest road to your Old Forge pub, or take it easy and show up by-boat. Considered the absolute most remote club in, this is the beating heart for the Knoydart community on Scotland’s west coastline. Drink microbrewery ales, consume langoustines creel-caught from the home and relish the real time songs (deliver your very own fiddle). Bothies, bunkhouses, B&Bs and self-catering accommodation are typical offered nearby. More info, including ferry details, on the site (01687 462 267; theoldforge.co.uk).
The Glenfinnan Viaduct. Picture: AP
Fort William to Mallaig - make the Jacobite Steam Train
a glorious six-hour return trip starts on foot of Ben Nevis in Fort William (lay on the left-hand side of the train to find the best views). You'll then cross the Glenfinnan Viaduct (showcased into the Harry Potter films) and pass the silver sands of Morar before arriving into the fishing interface of Mallaig – just over the water from Skye. Operating until October 24 this year. Adult return £34, young ones £19. (0844 850 4685; westcoastrailways.co.uk)