Scotland’s Most Amazing Views

Many countries offer spectacular views , but there is one of them where they are especially impressive, especially when you like that combination of mountains, green areas and water. It’s about Scotland . A very touristy country that offers great opportunities to be visited. And one of them is to take a tour of the most spectacular views and landscapes. Here we make you our proposal of the beauties that you cannot miss.

Scott’s View Lookout

It is one of the most beautiful views in the country. In this place, there is great peace while enjoying spectacular views in which you can see the rapid Tweed current. A river that is known for its large wild salmon specimens. It is also worth seeing the silhouette of Eildon Hills , which are hills of an ancient volcano that were home to populations during Roman times and the Iron Age.

Edinburgh castle

This castle is one of the main tourist spots in Scotland, which can be admired from different points. And today we are going to speak from the magnificent view that can be seen from the top of the steps of the Venle crossing , which starts from the Grassmarket street. Once up the steps, you have to turn around and see those spectacular views. Without a doubt, a different way to see the castle.

Ben a’an

Ben A’an is one of the most popular hills . At a height of 454 meters, from its top you can see a spectacular view over Loch Lomond National Park and the Trossanchs , as well as Loch Katrine . In addition, it is worth waiting for the Sir Walter Scott steamboat to pass through the area to see it plow through the waters.


Isle of Arran

The journey through the most beautiful landscapes of Scotland takes us to Ayr beach and its soft sand. From there, you can see the Isle of Arran , which can be seen among the waves on the other side of the sea, in addition to observing the profile of Ailsa Craig . It is a thousand-year-old volcanic neck in the Firth of Clyde estuary where gannets live.

Forth Bridge

Another spectacular sight is the Forth Bridge , which is considered a true work of engineering . Not for nothing is it a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Glenfinnan Viaduct

And from a bridge we go to a viaduct. Specifically, that of Glenfinnan, which ended in 1901. And, although it can be seen from different points, the greatest beauty is seen when viewed from the side of the Beinn an Tuim mountain .

Queen’s View

This is one of the most frequented places in Scotland for centuries, even by kings and queens. It is worth observing in the distance the silhouette of the Schiehallion , a ‘munro’ or mountain more than 914.4 meters high that rises on the western end of the lake.

Bow Fiddle Rock

Very peculiar is the view of the silhouette of Bow Fiddle Rock , which is reminiscent of the tip of a violin bow. It is a shadow that is projected on the surface of the sea between the towns of Portknockie and Cullen. Worth seeing are the rock slopes formed by hard and compact stones that, precisely, are called Cullen’s quartzite and whose shape is due to the collision of two ancient continents millions of years ago.

Barra Island

The views of the Island of Barra are some of the most spectacular that can be seen due to its paradisiacal appearance and the crystalline waters that surround it. A combination with which you can enjoy a beach like no other in the world, also close to the only landing strip.