Scotland is recognised the world over as the home of golf and our golf courses at St Andrews, Cameron House, Gleneagles and Turnberry are amongst the finest in the world. You will find golf academies at Gleneagles, Old Course and Turnberry where expert instruction will take your game to the next level and beyond.
Being rich in a variety of natural environments, Scotland offers you the chance to fly a bird of prey, to go off road driving, try horse riding, fish for salmon and trout or charter a yacht. For the less strenuous there are delightful walks in the hills, charming villages and towns to explore, local art and craft shops to discover before heading back to your Luxury Scotland accommodation for afternoon tea or a gourmet dinner.
Within these pages we have listed some of the best of theatre, music and film. The Edinburgh International Festival is the largest and most prestigious festival of the arts in the world. Throughout the year you can find a range of other festivals covering folk music, poetry, jazz and even magic.
Scotland is renowned for its Highland Games - a uniquely Scottish event featuring traditional sports Highland dancing and piping competitions. The games take place throughout the country during the summer months. We have details of some of the major games for you to enjoy.
With such a rich and often turbulent history, visitors can find a host of treasures and surprises in Scotland’s museums and art galleries. We have highlighted some of these in our Museums and Galleries section.