Trossachs and The Isles

Sitting between the boundary of the lowlands and highlands of Scotland is Trossachs and The Isles. Filled with green woodlands and dotted with mountains, this is an area of Scotland that promises breath-taking natural beauty and plenty of outdoor activity. Rent a holiday cottage and see all that the Trossachs have to offer, such as walking the Ben A’an or Ben Vue mountains, and then gazing across the views once at the top. Grab a backpack and head out with the kids, visiting the nearby Loch Lomond National Park, where you can sit by the freshwater loch, explore the lovely villages that line its shores, or hop on a cruiser and enjoy the sights from the water itself, as well as the islands surrounding the area. Alternatively, try something completely different by booking an Air Tour and soaring over the land.

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Famed for inspiring Sir Walter Scott into writing a poem, Trossachs and the Isles have been infused with myth since earlier days, and once there, it is not hard to see why. Wander through the Argyll Forest Park – the oldest in Britain! – and surrounded yourself with the graces of wildlife. If you are in search of a little civilisation after all of this, then the historic city of Stirling is a great stopping point, with its stunning monuments, backdrop of mountains and idyllic pubs and restaurants. For an evening of live music and delicious, hearty food, visit No. 2 Baker Street, a Victorian-style pub. Trossachs and the Isles are perfect for those looking for an outdoor adventure-style holiday with friends, or family-fun while getting back to nature.