Want to go on a Loch Ness cruise? It’s a wonderful thing to do, whether you would like some time to yourself in this amazing land, or something to do with the family.
Stretching 73 miles from Inverness in the east to Fort William in the west, the Great Glen Way cuts through the heart of the Highlands. It offers visitors one of the finest and most dramatic walks in the country.
Stretching from Fort William in the west to Inverness on Scotland’s east coast, the Caledonian Canal welcomes visitors all year round. It travels along some of the most dramatic and beautiful landscapes in the country.
Throughout history, people have wanted to go faster, travel higher and be stronger than anyone else. This was especially so with John Cobb, a man whose vision was to be the fastest man alive…
Curving through the city of Inverness, the River Ness provides a place for locals and tourists alike to relax. Whether that’s through a spot of fishing, walking or simply sitting by the banks, the river offers something for everyone.
Nessieland in Drumnadrochit – officially known as the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition – is the key attraction to this village. Here you can get up close to the myths and legends of the loch that go beyond just a monster.
Perched on the shore and jutting out into the water, the ruins of Urquhart Castle date from the 16th Century. It’s a well-known landmark, visited by thousands of tourists each year.
On the banks of the Caledonian Canal, just a few miles from Inverness, sits An Talla by Loch Ness. For anyone visiting our beautiful area, this is a great place to stop and have a rest.
One of the great joys of following the Loch Ness 360° route is you get to discover hidden gems that you might otherwise miss. One of these is Camerons Tea Room in Foyers. This is a great place to stop for a rest and some food – and you might even get to see some Scottish wildlife too!
Invermoriston is to the western edge of Loch Ness, just a few miles away from Fort Augustus. It’s a place to stop on your travels and visit a cafe, buy some gifts and enjoy being in the Highlands. But stay a bit longer and you can explore a bit of Highland history, and maybe see some amazing natural sights too.
A deer rut scene is dramatic – often better than any action film you might see in the cinema! The stags’s hot breath is visible in the cold Scottish air. They rise up on their back two legs and crash down on each other’s antlers.
If you are coming to Scotland for some stunning Highland views, then you are spoiled for choice! We’ve already suggested 5 stunning viewpoints to take in, but how could we possibly stop there?
If you are looking for a supernatural Scotland story, then we’ve got one for you here. A set of footprints that won’t vanish…
Right now, it’s important to find a break that will let you experience as much as possible, whilst still staying safe from Coronavirus. Loch Ness lets you do that.
The Loch Ness 360° trail has plenty of amazing locations and beautiful vistas. No matter where you are, there’s always something to see.