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BH&HPA member caravan parks offer the quality surroundings demanded by modern touring caravan and motorhome customers. You will find many providing a wide range of facilities for touring caravans and motorhomes - from swimming pools and clubs to supermarkets and cafes - to others offering just peace and quiet amid stunning away-from-it-all countryside. Always expect, though, a warm welcome and first-class value.
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With its spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife, Shetland is an entrancing blend of Scotland and Norway. Nowhere on this captivating island is more than three miles from the sea, where dramatic and romantic sunsets are oft complimented by twinkling Northern Lights.
Orkney is a beautiful and unique destination, from the stunning cliffs to superb archaeology and wildlife. A deep sense of history pervades the seventy scattered islands that make up the Archipelago, Islands where life is defined by the past and sculpted by the sea.
The Outer Hebrides
The Outer Hebrides - also known as the Western Isles - stretch for 130 miles and look out on their western side to the Atlantic Ocean. These captivating islands offer a striking mix of landscapes- from windswept golden sands to untamed heather-back mountains and peat bogs.
For many people around the world, the Highlands 'are' Scotland, dominated by miles of majestic scenery, wild spectacular mountains, ancient pine forests and broad expanses of dark and shimmering loch. A romantic and dramatic destination steeped in history and tranquillity.
Aberdeen and Grampian
Aberdeen and Grampian are blessed with outstanding scenery, with the majestic Grampian Mountains to the west and miles of dramatic unspoiled coastline to the east. Sample the famous ‘water of life’ at one of the many distilleries, on the world’s only Malt Whiskey trail.
Angus and the east coast City of Dundee are areas of outstanding beauty and contrast.
Rugged coastline and wild glens make this an ideal area for adventurous ramblers, with paths leading around the beautiful and vibrant town of Dundee and golfer’s paradise St Andrews.
Nestled in the very heart of Scotland, Perthshire boasts some of the most entrancing and accessible scenery anywhere in the Scottish Highlands. The region, known as ‘Big Tree Country’ is a Mecca for Botanists and Ornithologists alike, and home to Europe’s oldest tree.
Argyll, Loch Lomond, Stirling and Trossachs are famed as the birthplace of Scotland and are the focal point of much of its dramatic history. Here you can appreciate the captivating Hebridean Islands, and the marked contrast between the rugged Highlands and serene Lowlands.
Ancestral home of Scottish monarchs, and blessed with some of Scotland's most scenic attractions, The Kingdom of Fife is an enchanting region with its own distinct identity. Despite being at its widest point but fifty miles long, the region is home to Scotland’s capital- the stunning City of Fife.
'Edinburgh', said the writer Robert Louis Stevenson, 'is what Paris ought to be'.
Tumbling medieval streets wind alongside breathtakingly modern architecture in this
fantastic and unique city, overlooked by the magnificent beauty of the towering Castle.
Glasgow, voted ‘Best UK City 2006’ is both bustling and romantic. The city was also
the UK's City of Architecture and Design in 1999 and the architecture is undoubtedly an attraction in itself. The shops in this beautiful city are said to be second only to London.
Situated on the beautiful Clyde Coast, Ayrshire and Arran is as untamed as it is serene, and as captivating as it is entertaining. The area, well known as a Mecca for golfers, is also home to some of the most magnificent and picturesque scenery that Scotland has to offer.
Dumfries and Galloway
The unspoilt beauty of Dumfries and Galloway is both magical and breathtaking.
This romantic Robbie Burns country is so secluded that when exploring the many moors and lochs you are more likely to meet a deer or bird of prey than another walker.
The Scottish Borders are both the gateway to Scotland and a beautifully captivating location in its own right. Covering about eighteen hundred miles, this magnificent region stretches from the rolling hills and moorland of the west to the secluded craggy coastline of the east.
Also of interest might be information on England, Wales and Northern Ireland.