The Highlands

There’s a wonderful air of mystery and tranquillity in the Highlands. Despite its turbulent history, you’ll discover amongst magnificent mountains, delightful lochs and a rugged coastline many of Scotland’s most romantic castles and quaint whisky distilleries. The city of Inverness is the Highland capital and is a perfect base for golfers combining the magnificent links at Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart and Nairn.

The Highlands is a majestic landscape of rugged mountains and legendary lochs. Here you’ll experience Scotland’s culture, history and mind-blowing scenery at its very best. You’ll discover Scotland’s most beautiful castles and famous whiskies, combined with the experience of superb food and great Highland hospitality. Inverness is at the heart of the Highlands and its airport, just 3 miles from Castle Stuart and 10 miles from Nairn, offers direct flights from London and Amsterdam, providing easy connections from around the world. Golf in the Highlands is equally spectacular with World Ranked No. 5 by Golf Digest, Royal Dornoch, a must-play pilgrimage for golfers worldwide. Castle Stuart, is a fun course for all abilities and despite only opening in 2009, it will host the Scottish Open for a 4th time in 2016. Nairn is another superb traditional links course on the shore of the Moray Firth and has hosted many international events, including the Curtis Cup and Walker Cup.

Map of The Highlands