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As well as being a wonderful golf holiday destination, the Scottish Highlands are home to a quarter of a million people living in communities spread throughout the area. From the vibrant city of Inverness to remote crofting communities and sparsely populated islands. What these communities do have in common and something that is particularly apparent to visitors, is that they are all part of an area which is culturally distinct.

The varied climate leads to a wide range of habitats and the relatively sparse population makes this the premier area in Britain, if not Europe for wildlife. The golf and activity choice is also wide-ranging and includes both cruising on Loch Ness (monsters, maybe) and also on the Moray Firth (dolphins, almost definitely). 

Pubs and music go together in the Highlands, after all, one half of the combination owes much to the traditions of whisky distilling in the Highlands. Highland pubs are noted not just for their whisky but these days also for the Highland-produced beers - for example, the beers made in Aviemore, on Skye and in the Black Isle. Though live music in pubs might be said to reach its climax in any of the Highland festivals, you can catch a variety of music styles in a whole range of pubs. Naturally, the larger centres, such as Inverness, have the most choice.

Golf Holidays in The Highlands
The Highlands offer some of the most dramatic and scenic golf courses you are ever likely to encounter on your golfing travels. Here you can enjoy an outstanding selection of first class Links and Parkland golf courses. Experience the best of the best, with seaside courses such as Castle Stuart, Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Tain, as well as well known inland courses including Boat of Garten and the Championship Spey Valley golf course. The Scottish Highlands really has it all!

  Castle Stuart Golf Course

Lake Aviemore  

Golf Holidays in Aviemore
With its mountains, pine-clad slopes and wide river valley setting, Aviemore and the Cairngorms area is yet another very distinctive Highland setting. The town itself offer a variety of restaurants, bars, shops and a nightclub. The high plateau of the Cairngorms is a backdrop to the Spey Valley Championship course with an ever-changing view throughout the day as sun and shadow move across these high hills.

Golf Holidays in Inverness
'The city in the Highlands' is a modern city that is the Highland's main settlement and the hub of a transport network leading to and from all parts of the Highlands and the rest of the UK. Through serving the needs of an extensive and rural hinterland as well as visitors, Inverness is a bustling place with restaurants, cafes and bars and an excellent shopping choice, including the most northerly locations of many 'High Street' retail chains.

  Inverness High Street

Mountain Biking  

Highland Activities
Mountain Biking - Routes and terrain to suit all levels,  this is a fantastic way to see the area.

Fishing - Salmon and Brown Trout Fishing on Loch Brora, with boat and rod hire available.

Walking - Try to take in as much of our fantastic scenery and wildlife as you can. Maps with good directions are available from various locations.

History & Heritage Attractions
A range of historic sites and castles, including the 18th-century fort at Fort George and Dunrobin Castle. Dunrobin, located 50 miles north of Inverness is an elegant castle with 'candle-snuffer' towers and wonderful formal gardens, giving it a feel of a French Château. Inside is a selection of paintings and tapestries etc. - Open March-Oct. Alternatively, the stoneage excavations at Lairg and the Falls of Shin, with salmon leaping in late autumn, warrant this diversion on the way home.




Kessock Bridge

Self Drive or Transfers This is your Scotland golf holiday or Scotland Golf Tour, so all you need to do is inform Golf Holidays Worldwide of your requirements and we will organise your accommodation, transfers or self-drive, golf tee-times & sight-seeing, leaving your free to concentrate on your game.

The A82 (Glasgow-Fort William-Inverness), the A9 (Stirling-Perth-Inverness-Thurso) and the A96 (Aberdeen-Nairn-Inverness) are the three arterial routes to and from the Highlands.

By Train
Daily services to and from Inverness connect the Highlands with Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and all the major UK cities. The Caledonian Sleeper service operates from London Euston to to Inverness (not Saturday evenings).

By Air
London Gatwick & Luton to Inverness are just over 1½ hours. There are flights from Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Dublin, Exeter, Leeds/Bradford, Manchester, Nottingham, Southampton, Glasgow and Edinburgh.


Map of The Highlands 

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