Other things to do in Scotland
In addition to its fabulous fishing, Scotland has much else to offer. So bring your family & friends with you and they can enjoy the holiday too! You might even be tempted to have a day off the water and join them!
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You cannot fail to be entranced by Scotlands countryside. Be it Highland lochs and glens, Lowland vistas, or our dramatic coastline and Islands, we have some of the most stunning scenery in Europe.
Castles, Country houses & gardens
From cliff top castles to Border Keeps and from grand country houses, with their beautiful parks and gardens, to the more intimate laird's houses, Scotland has them all, and often, like the Queen's Castle at Balmoral, they can be within sight of your fishing.
Ancient monuments & famous battlegrounds
Scotland has some of the oldest monuments known to man. Yes, even older than the Pyramids! Whether they are brochs, stone circles, ancient burial grounds or the later motte and baily castles, there is always something to fascinate you. Famous battlegrounds like Culloden, Bannockburn and Flodden are near some of our best fishing.
Scotland is home to many things apart from Fishing, and Whisky is surely one of the best known. Visit one of the famous distilleries, on the Spey or elsewhere in the Highlands and Islands, and have a taste of their unique products.