On the north coast of Scotland is Cape Wrath: a desolate landscape with huge
cliffs and stunning views to the Orkneys on a clear day. If you want a
bird-watching holiday in Scotland then this is a great place for interesting
and Sutherland are barren, empty regions of Scotland. ,
and are the most visited places and you can explore the many
prehistoric sites and the Viking roots of the area. Shooting and stalking
are plentiful - and there are lovely lodges available to rent.
South of Caithness is Easter Ross and the Black Isle - attractive, farming
countryside. Cromarty is a delightful 18th century fishing port with plenty
of seaside cottages to rent. Dingwall, on the Cromarty Firth, is a busy
market town; as is Tain. , with its unspoilt architecture and
beautiful cathedral, is famous for golfing holidays (Royal Dornoch golf
course) as well as enormous empty beaches. Brora also has a golf course, as
does Helmsdale so this part of Ross-shire is well served for golfers. The
River Helmsdale is one of Scotland's top fishing rivers for trout and salmon, a fishermans dream holdiay location!