Scotland is a beautiful country with so many places that you must visit at least once in your life. Whether you are planning a trip to Loch Lomond or you are seeing the sights in the Highlands, there really is something for everyone in Scotland.
For many, a road trip is the best way to see a few places at once and what better way to go on a road trip than with a motorhome? Below, we are going to offer some ideas for your road trip around Scotland in your motorhome. Read on to find out more.
North Coast 500
One of the newer routes that both tourists and locals are trying out in Scotland is the North Coast 500. This tour runs along the coast as you would expect and it involves a lot of beaches with white sand and some castles thrown in. The drive is a circular loop and it will cover 500 miles in total, hence the name. If you include some of the islands in your route such as Orkney or Skye, you’ll be sure to have a good time.
If you have recently purchased a Carado motorhomes Scotland and are looking for a short trip, we recommend the Royal Deeside route. This road trip route is perfect for golf lovers and those who are interested in history. In this tour, you’ll visit the Highlands, and get to take in the landscape of the Royal Deeside. The drive is only 108 miles and so is great for those looking for a shorter trip.
The Argyll Coastal Route
Do you fancy yourself as a bit of a seafood lover? If so, you might enjoy the next road trip route on our list. The Argyll Coastal route will take you on a 129 mile trip which should only take you one day. Some of the sights that you’ll see include Fort William and Loch Lomond which are very popular with tourists. There is plenty to do for adventure seekers so make sure to consider this route carefully.
Grand Tour of Scotland
Finally, if you want to see all that Scotland has to offer then you are going to need to set aside at least 16 days. The Grand Tour of Scotland route is a great one that shows you many locations and gives you an insight into what Scottish life is really like. On this road trip route, you’ll get to visit the capital city Edinburgh, the Isle of Harris and even Orkney up at the top of the country. This tour is perfect for those travelling in a motorhome.
Road trips are a lot of fun and these routes around Scotland are not to be missed. Make sure to visit all of the destinations on our list if you can and get your motorhome ready for your big trip. Hopefully, you get to see what life in Scotland is really like.
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