No Christmas festivities
Christmas is an annual festival, commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.
- BUT IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
A break from Christmas festivities
- LOOK ON FURTHER
- Check out accommodation offering a stay without Christmas festivities in The Scottish Highlands
Travelling to Highlands of Scotland enjoy the wild outdoors, visit castles and attractions, just get away from it all.
Here you will find starting at Perth unspoilt with dramatic scenery, History, mountain ranges, miles of dramatic coastline, pageantry, fairy tail castles, explore the island's, towns, villages where you can try tasty local fare, relax with the tipple of your choice in charming pubs and bars. Perhaps you'll try the local malt whisky, prehistoric sites, brooding castles. rivalling clans, Jacobite battles, and the devastation of crofting communities during the Highland Clearances.
Discover Loch Ness, Ben Nevis and Glencoe, the Isle of Skye, the Cairngorms National Park, the North-West Highland coast and the Whisky Trail, the North Coast 500, the county of Easter Ross, the county of Wester Ross with trout fishing on the lochs, strolling along the breath taking beaches, hills, rugged landscapes, mountains and historical sites, telling the story of a turbulent and bloody history and moorland of the Flow Country, one of the last true wilderness areas in Europe, Caithness and the Pentland Firth to the north, Moray Firth to the east. Caithness meets Sutherland, together covering the far north coast of Scotland.
The coast is low-lying on the east, and majestic on the north, with high cliffs and offshore stacks, with roads going for miles and miles with unspoilt views turn you will find numerous rare plants, ancient trees, forests, insects, birds, animals