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Aberdeen City, home to a population of 212,125, is a thriving cosmopolitan port in the North-east of Scotland....


Aberdeen is Scotland's third most populous city and one of Scotland's 32 local government council areas. It has an official population estimate of 202,370. Nicknames include the Granite City and the Silver City with the Golden Sands....


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Aberfeldy is a burgh in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, on the River Tay. A small market town, Aberfeldy is located in Highland Perthshire....


Aberlady is a coastal village in the Scottish council area of East Lothian located on Aberlady Bay....


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Abernethy is a village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, situated 8 mi (13 km) south-east of Perth....


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Appin is a remote coastal district of the Scottish West Highlands bounded to the west by Loch Linnhe, to the south by Loch Creran, to the east by the districts of Benderloch and Lorne, and to the north by Loch Leven....


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Aultbea is a small fishing village in the North-West Highlands of Scotland on the shores of Loch Ewe....


Aviemore is a popular destination, town and tourist resort, situated within the Cairngorms National Park in the Highlands of Scotland, with excellent year round activities and attractions for all ages....


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Ayr is a town and port situated on the Firth of Clyde, in south-west Scotland....


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Ballater lies on the River Dee east of Scotlands Cairngorm Mountains. Popular with hikers, Ballater has also been known for the healing powers of its spring water....


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Ballinluig is a village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It lies on the banks of the River Tummel and is approximately 4 miles south-east of Pitlochry....


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Balquhidder Glen has it's origins lost in the mists of time, but Balquhidder has been important, probably since neolithic times. Below the Manse there are remains of a stone circle, the Pudreag Stone , and there is a Neolithic chambered cairn near further east. Don't miss 'Balquhidder Summer Music' a regular concert of Classical music in the beautiful setting of Balquhidder Church....


Banff and Macduff are neighbouring towns situated on Banff Bay, both of which are former burghs in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Until 1975 Banff was the county town of Banffshire....


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Beauly, is a town of the Scottish county of Highland, on the River Beauly, 10 miles west of Inverness by the Far North railway line. Its population was measured as 855 in 1901. The town is now within the Highland council area....


Benderloch is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland....


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Bishopton is a large village in Renfrewshire, Scotland, a few miles west of Erskine....


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Bowmore is a village on the Scottish island of Islay and serves as administrative capital of the island. It gives its name to the famous distillery producing Bowmore Single Malt, a single malt scotch whisky....


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Brodick is a town on the eastern side of the Isle of Arran. The main road across the island runs from Brodick to Blackwaterfoot on the west side. The Isle of Arran is located an hour ferry's ride from Ardrossan, not far from Glasgow. The island has 10 peaks over 600m and a coastal road. The main city is Brodick, which has a castle....


Brodick is a town on the eastern side of the Isle of Arran. The main road across the island runs from Brodick to Blackwaterfoot on the west side. The Isle of Arran is located an hour ferry's ride from Ardrossan, not far from Glasgow. The island has 10 peaks over 600m and a coastal road. The main city is Brodick, which has a castle....


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Brora is a village in the east of Sutherland, in the Highland area of Scotland. The village is situated where the A9 road and the Far North Line bridge the River Brora. The village is served by a railway station....


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Bruichladdich Distillery is a Scotch whisky distillery on the Rhinns of the isle of Islay. It is one of eight distilleries on the island, and until the recent opening of Kilchoman the only independent one....


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Burray is one of the Orkney Islands in Scotland. It lies to the east of Scapa Flow and is one of the chain of islands which are linked by the causesways called the Churchill Barriers....


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Campbeltown is a town and former royal burgh in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, located by Campbeltown Loch on the Kintyre peninsula. Originally known as Kinlochkilkerran - this form is still used in Gaelic. It was renamed in the 17th century and became an important centre for shipbuilding and Scotch whisky, and a busy fishing port....


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Although Carnoustie is well known for its famous golf course, Angus and Tayside is a beautiful region with many equally well known attractions, it is an ideal location centrally located and perfect for a Scottish holiday. Glamis Castle is just 10 miles away and is most famous for being the childhood home of both the Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mother....


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Castlebay is the main village and a community council area on the island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland....


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Clarencefield is a small settlement in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland....


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Coldingham Bay is an inlet in the North Sea coast, just over three km north of the town of Eyemouth in the Scottish Borders. It is situated at grid reference NT918666 and is easily reached by a minor road which leaves the B6438 road at Coldingham....


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Connel is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is situated on the southern shore of Loch Etive....


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Craigleith is a small island in the Firth of Forth off North Berwick in East Lothian, Scotland. Its name comes from the Scottish Gaelic Creag Lìte meaning "rock of Leith". It is 24 m at its highest point....


Crail is built around a harbour, and has a particular wealth of vernacular buildings from the 17th to early 19th centuries, many restored by the National Trust for Scotland. The Crail Golfing Society is the seventh oldest in the world. Their oldest course, Balcomie, was formally laid out by Tom Morris Sr. in 1894, but competitions had been played there since the 1850s....


Craobh Haven is a small purpose-built village and sailing port on the west coast of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is situated on the Craignish peninsula....


Crieff is a market town in Perth and Kinross, Scotland....


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Cruden Bay is a small village in Scotland, on the north coast of the Bay of Cruden in Aberdeenshire....


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The historic town of Cullen lies in the east of Moray and is central to Inverness, the capital of the Highlands. Peterhead lies to the east and Aberdeen to the south. Cullen offers spectacular views across the Moray, Firth with a wonderful expanse of beach and visiting seals and dolphins....


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Situated on the North shore of the River Forth, 3 miles from the Forth bridge. In a beatiful setting within easy distance of Edinburgh and St.Andrews...


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Dirleton is a village and parish in East Lothian, Scotland approximately 20 miles (32 km) east of Edinburgh on the A198. It contains 7,500 acres (30 km2). Dirleton lies between North Berwick (east), Gullane (west), Fenton Barns (south) and the Yellowcraigs nature reserve, Archerfield Estate and the Firth of Forth (north)....


Dornoch is a town and seaside resort, and former Royal burgh in the Highlands of Scotland....


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Drymen is a village in Stirling district in central Scotland. Drymen lies to the west of the Campsie Fells and enjoys views to Dumgoyne on the east and to Loch Lomond on the west. The Queen Elizabeth Forest reaches down to the village edge, and the whole area is part of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park (the first National Park in Scotland)....


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Imagine standing on the cliffs at Scotland's most southerly point, breathing the fresh ocean air, watching as seabirds glide below, listening to the crash of the waves and looking out to the horizon and seeing Ireland, England and the Isle of Man, silhouetted against the setting sun....


The Royal Burgh of Dunbar is a burgh in East Lothian on the southeast coast of Scotland, approximately 30 miles east of Edinburgh. Dunbar is noted as the birthplace of the explorer, naturalist and conservationist John Muir. Located to the northwest of the town is the John Muir Country Park....


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Dundee is the UK's first UNESCO City of design and the fourth largest city in Scotland, known as the City of Discovery and a great destination for business or pleasure, wildlife, arts, history, museums and attractions....


Dunfermline is a town and former Royal Burgh in Fife, Scotland which retains much of it's historic significance....


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Dunoon is the seaboard gateway to the Scottish Highlands, including the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. It is a great touring base with an excellent selection of accommodation, shops and eating places to choose from....


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Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland, a position it has held since 1437. It is the seventh largest city in the United Kingdom and the second largest Scottish city after Glasgow. The City of Edinburgh Council is one of Scotland's 32 local government council areas....


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Ellon is a sizeable town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, approximately 16 miles (26 km) north of Aberdeen, lying on the River Ythan which has one of the few undeveloped river estuaries on the Eastern coast of Scotland....


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Eoropie is the most northerly village on the Isle of Lewis in the parish of Ness, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland....


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Eyemouth is a historical town that offers something for everyone, being part seaside resort, part working fishing harbour, its attractions include an interesting layout, nice buildings and a fascinating history with long fishing industry going back....


Fair Isle is an island off Scotland, lying around halfway between Shetland and the Orkney Islands. 4.8 kilometres (3 miles) in length and 2.4 kilometres (1.5 miles) wide, it has an area of 768 hectares (3 square miles), making it the tenth largest of the Shetland Islands....


Falkirk lies at the junction of the Forth and Clyde Canal and the Union Canal, a location which proved pivotal to the growth of Falkirk as a centre of heavy industry during the Industrial Revolution. Today Falkirk functions as the principal retail and administrative centre for the wider Falkirk Council area....


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Fife is the perfect setting for a short break or a longer stay on Scotland's sunny east coast. Whatever you want to explore - the country's best-kept beaches, the world home of golf in St Andrews, the delightful East Neuk fishing villages, the historic capital of Dunfermline, it's all in the Kingdom of Fife....


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Forres, is a town and former royal burgh situated in the north of Scotland on the Moray coast, approximately 30 miles east of Inverness. Forres has been a winner of the Scotland in Bloom award on several occasions. There are many geographical and historical attractions nearby such as the River Findhorn, and there are many historical artifacts and monuments within the town itself....


Fort William is the second largest settlement in the highlands of Scotland and the largest town: only the city of Inverness is larger....


Fraserburgh is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland which lies at the extreme northeast corner of Aberdeenshire, around 40 miles (64 km) north of Aberdeen, and 17 miles (27 km) north of Peterhead....


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Gairloch makes a perfect holiday base, and is an ideal spot for hill walking, birdwatching, fishing, or just relaxing. It has a 9-hole golf course, safe sandy beaches, and is close to the beautiful National Trust garden at Inverewe. Gairloch has its own award-winning Heritage Museum, a library, shops and galleries, and a wide choice of places to eat and drink during the summer season....


Gairloch makes a perfect holiday base, and is an ideal spot for hill walking, birdwatching, fishing, or just relaxing. It has a 9-hole golf course, safe sandy beaches, and is close to the beautiful National Trust garden at Inverewe. Gairloch has its own award-winning Heritage Museum, a library, shops and galleries, and a wide choice of places to eat and drink during the summer season....


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Gardenstown is a small village near Banff in Aberdeenshire, Northeast Scotland. It is known locally as 'Gamrie', from the name of the parish in which it stands.  ...


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A warm welcome awaits you in Gatehouse of Fleet in the middle of a National Scenic Area on the edge of the magnificent Galloway Forest Park in the rural heart of Dumfries and Galloway....


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GLASGOW is the largest city in Scotland and third most populous in the United Kingdom. The city is situated on the River Clyde in the country's west central lowlands. A person from GLASGOW is known as a Glaswegian, which is also the name of the local dialect....


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Glencoe Village is the main settlement near Glen Coe, Lochaber, Highland, Scotland. It lies at the north-west end of the glen, on the southern bank of the River Coe where it enters Loch Leven a salt-water loch off Loch Linnhe...


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Gretna Green is a village in the south of Scotland famous for runaway weddings. It is in Dumfries and Galloway, near the mouth of the River Esk and was historically the first village in Scotland, following the old coaching route from London to Edinburgh....


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Local facilities in Inverasdale include a village shop just five minutes' walk away, a village hall, two pubs and a post office in nearby Poolewe and lots more good places to eat out in Gairloch and Badachro, both less than half an hour's drive. The world-famous Inverewe Gardens are just a few minutes' drive away in Poolewe. You can see its gardens and woods from Coille Bheag. Fishermen come from miles around to try their luck in the river and lochs....


Inverness is the HISTORIC CITY at the heart of the Highlands of Scotland. It is also one of the FASTEST GROWING TOWNS IN Europe....


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Inverurie is a Royal Burgh in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, approximately 16 miles (26 km) north west of Aberdeen on the A96 road and is served by Inverurie railway station on the Aberdeen to Inverness Line....


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The Isle of May, situated in the mouth of the Firth of Forth, is only one and a half kilometres long, yet is a haven for thousands of nesting sea birds and breeding seals who flourish on the steep sea cliffs and rocky shores. It has been a National Nature Reserve since 1965....


The Isle of Mull and the neighbouring island of Iona lie just off the west coast of Scotland, in the United Kingdom. From Oban, on the mainland, where many visitors arrive on their way to Mull and Iona, the seaward view is dominated by the rocky peaks and green slopes of the Mull mountains....


Keith is a small town in the northeast of Scotland. The oldest part of Keith dates to around 1180....


Kensaleyre is scattered crofting settlement, part of a group of crofting settlements, clustered around the A87 road on the shore of Loch Snizort Beag on the Trotternish pensinsula in Isle of Skye, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland....


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Killin is a village situated at the western head of Loch Tay in Stirling (formerly Perthshire), Scotland....


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Kinlochleven is a village in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland and lies at the eastern end of Loch Leven, a sea loch cutting into the western Scottish Highlands. To the north lies the Mamores ridge; to the south lie the mountains flanking Glen Coe....


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Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland is a historic harbour town on the Solway coast with an artists heritage, and a blend of Medieval, Victorian and Georgian buildings....


Kirkwall is the largest town and capital of the Orkney Islands, off the coast of northern mainland Scotland. The town is first mentioned in the Orkneyinga saga in the year 1046....


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Kyle of Lochalsh is a village on the northwest coast of Scotland, 63 miles (100 km) west of Inverness....


The village of Kyleakin is situated on the east coast of the Isle of Skye in the Inner Hebrides, along the strait of Kyle Akin opposite the northwest Scottish mainland town of Kyle of Lochalsh....


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Largs is a town on the Firth of Clyde in North Ayrshire, Scotland....


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Lerwick is the capital and main port of the Shetland Islands, Scotland, located more than 100 miles (160 km) off the north coast of mainland Great Britain on the east coast of the Shetland Mainland. Lerwick is about 210 miles (340 km) north of Aberdeen, 230 miles (370 km) west of Bergen in Norway and 230 miles (370 km) south east of Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands....


Leven is a seaside town in Fife, set in the east Central Lowlands of Scotland....


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Loch Duich is a sea loch situated on the western coast of Scotland, in the Highlands....


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Loch Kishorn is a sea loch in the north-west Highlands of Scotland, separating the Applecross peninsula from the Lochcarron area. It is about 1.5 km wide, and 4 km long. There is a cluster of small islands at the mouth of the loch, the largest of which is Kishorn Island....


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Loch Lomond, is a freshwater Scottish loch, lying on the Highland Boundary Fault. It is the largest loch/lake in Great Britain, by surface area, and contains many islands, including Inchmurrin, the largest fresh water island in the British Isles. It is a popular leisure destination and is featured in song....


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Loch Ness is undeniably one of the most famous lakes in the world. It is also, certainly, a place of outstanding natural beauty, but it has to be admitted that the world wide fame of Loch Ness owes more to the legend of its famous occupant, the Loch Ness Monster - or 'Nessie' - than the breathtaking location of the loch itself....


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Lochcarron is a village in Wester Ross, Highland, Scotland....


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Lunna Ness is an eight mile long, narrow finger of land that projects, almost accusingly, from Shetland's Mainland towards Yell and Fetlar. In a modern Shetland with its superb road network, Lunna Ness is about as remote a place as you will find in Shetland without catching a boat. And geography very nearly dictated that you had to....


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Mallaig is a port in Lochaber, on the west coast of the Highlands of Scotland....


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Montrose is a Scottish coastal resort town and former royal burgh in Angus. It is the northernmost coastal town in Angus and developed at a natural harbour that traded in skins, hides and cured salmon in medieval times....


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Morar is a small village on the west coast of Scotland, 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Mallaig. The name Morar is also applied to the wider district around the village....


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Nairn has been a spa holiday town for well over a hundred years with beautiful beaches and even its own "micro-climate", said to be even sunnier and warmer than places just a few miles away, such as Inverness; visit Nairn's harbour and view its yachts or take a boat trip offshore to see the only place in Scotland with a resident dolphin population....


New Deer lies in the valley of Deer in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland, and was originally founded after monks from Deer Abbey, Old Deer built a chapel at Auchreddie (which translates as "field of the bog myrtle")....


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Nigg Bay is an extensive area of mudflat, saltmarsh and wet grassland on the Cromarty Firth. A small sandy beach of Abereen City Council area. Nigg Bay lies between the headlands of Girdle Ness and Greg Ness....


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The Royal Burgh of North Berwick is a seaside town in East Lothian, Scotland. It is situated on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, approximately 25 miles east of Edinburgh. North Berwick became a fashionable holiday resort in the 19th century because of its two sandy bays, the East (or Milsey) Bay and the West Bay, and continues to attract holiday makers to this day. Golf courses at the ends of each bay are open to visitors....


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Known as the "Gateway to the Isles". Oban nestles around its spectacularly beautiful bay, further protected by the Isle of Kerrera with Mull and Morvern beyond. The Town's popularity owes much to the intrepid Victorian travellers who came on steamers and later, by rail, to experience the charm and grandeur of the local scenery, and then just as now to visit peaceful Iona, Staffa together with the ancient historic castles of Dunollie, Dunstaffnage, Gylen and Duart....


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Onich is a settlement on the east shore of Loch Linnhe, Scotland and, together with North Ballachulish at the entrance to Loch Leven, forms Nether Lochaber....


Opinan is situated on the North-West Coast of the Highlands of Scotland. Close to Greenstone Point and Gruinard Bay. We have lovely sandy beaches interspersed with rugged sea cliffs. Ideal for walking, birdwatching and enjoyng a quiet relaxing holiday....


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Orkney is a group of islands situated a few miles off the north-east tip of mainland Scotland. With its green fields and hills, stone pinnacles rising out of the sea, rugged cliffs and sandy beaches, it is the ideal place for getting away from it all....


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Peterhead is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is Aberdeenshire's largest settlement. Peterhead sits at the easternmost point in mainland Scotland. Peterhead is often referred to as 'The Blue Toon' and people who were born there as Blue Tooners....


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Poolewe is about 75 miles (120 km) north-west from Inverness, Scotland. It is a tiny, neat village snuggled in the sheltered haven of Loch Ewe where the shortest river in Scotland, the River Ewe, joins the sea less than a mile from Inverewe Garden, renowned world-wide for its subtropical plants. The village is picturesquely situated surrounded by mountains and the sea....


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Port Bannatyne is a centuries old stonebuilt highland village in north Bute, situated around a safe yacht bay and with its own charming golf course. A haven for walkers, cyclists, fishermen, birdwatchers, yachtsmen, and nature lovers. It is close to the seal colony at Scalpsie Bay and the bathing beach at Ettrick Bay....


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Portobello is a beach resort located three miles (5 km) to the east of the city centre of Edinburgh, along the coast of the Firth of Forth, in Scotland. It is now a suburb of Edinburgh, with a promenade fronting on to the wide sand beach. For many years it was a popular resort with Glaswegians, particularly when the Glasgow Fair trade holiday signalled the start of a 2 week holiday for the west....


Portpatrick of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland is a fishing town and historic harbour village nestled in a crescent shaped bay, with pretty pastel houses and a cliffs as a backdrop. ...


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Prestwick is a town in South Ayrshire on the south-west coast of Scotland....


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This is the Highlands of Scotland, a wild untamed place, where the deer run free and eagles wheel and soar above your head. Ross-shire was a traditional county in Scotland, bordering Sutherlandshire, Cromartyshire (of which it contained many enclaves) and Inverness-shire. In 1889 it was merged with Cromartyshire into Ross and Cromarty....


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Scalloway is the largest settlement on the North Atlantic coast of Mainland, Shetland. Until 1708 it was the capital of the Shetland Islands (now Lerwick, on the east coast of the Shetland Mainland)....


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Scrabster Harbour is an important port of the Scottish fishing industry. It is located in the North of Scotland at the Thurso Bay (aka Scrabster Bay). Scrabster is located on the North coast of Scotland, 1½ miles from Thurso, 22½ miles from Wick and 112 miles from Inverness....


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To the Northeast of Scotland lies a group of just over one hundred islands which make up the Shetland Islands. Although only 29 of them are populated, they have a lot to offer. The largest island is known as Mainland and here you will find stunning beaches, tall cliffs, sheltered alcoves and friendly people....


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Sleat is a peninsula on the Isle of Skye in the Highland council area Scotland. It is the home of the clan "MacDonald of Sleat". The name comes from Sleibhte, Scottish Gaelic for a plain, which well describes Sleat when considered in the surrounding context of the mainland, Skye and Rum mountains which all dominate the horizon all about Sleat....


Sligachan is a small settlement on Skye, Scotland. It is close to the Cuillin mountains and provides a good viewpoint for seeing Sgurr nan Gillean....


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St. Abbs is a small fishing village located on the southeast coast of Scotland, in the committee area of Berwickshire, Scottish Borders region....


It surprises many visitors to find how much there is to do in St. Andrews that doesn't necessarily involve golf. History and culture jump immediately to mind; but even for children, who may be less interested in these intellectual pursuits, the town and surrounding area provide many activities....


Scenic Staffin on the beautiful Isle of Skye. The beautiful crofting village of Staffin is also noted for its strinking rocky shoreline and its richness coastal wildlife. Nearby is Kilt Rock, a cliff stratified with alternate vertical and horizontal bands, giving it the impression of tartan....


Stonehaven is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It lies on Scotland's northeast coast. Stonehave, county town of Kincardineshire, grew around an Iron Age fishing village, now the "Auld Toon" ("old town"), and expanded inland from the Seaside....


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Stornoway is a burgh on the Isle of Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. The town's population is approximately 8,055, out of a total population of 26,370 for the whole of the Western Isles. The civil parish of Stornoway, including various nearby villages, has a population of approximately 12,000....


Stranraer is a town in the south of Scotland in the west of the region of Dumfries and Galloway and in the county of Wigtownshire....


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Strathpeffer is situated in the heart of the Highlands, to the west of The Cromarty Firth and the Black Isle. Perfect for taking advantage of the East Coast amenities and the wild scenery of Wester Ross. Local amenities include Strathpeffer's own 18 hole golf course, said by many to be one of the most picturesque in Britain. Trips are available to secluded hill lochs, teeming with wild brown trout. Local estates offer game shooting and deer stalking and the local wild fowling is of the highest standard. For walkers, there are any number of routes of varying difficulty, to allow all to see the magnificence of the Highlands....


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Stromness is the second-largest town in the Orkney Islands, Scotland, and is located in the south-west of the mainland of Orkney. It is also a parish, with the town of Stromness as its capital. The name Stromness is derived from the Viking language. Strom refers to the strong tides that rip past the Point of Ness to the south of the town, literally 'strong tide point'. In Viking times Stromness was called Hamnavoe, meaning 'peaceful or safe harbour'....


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Sumburgh Head is located at the southern tip of the Shetland Mainland in northern Scotland. The head is a 100 m high rocky spur capped by the Sumburgh Head Lighthouse. The Old Norse name was Dunrøstar høfdi, it means "The Head onto the Thunderous Noise", referring to the noise of Sumburgh Roost. The cliffs are home to large numbers of seabirds and the area is an RSPB nature reserve....


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Tarbert is the main community on Harris in the Western Isles of Scotland. It is also a car ferry terminal to Uig on Skye. Its name means "isthmus"....


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Tobermory is a beautiful small seaside town, the capital of The Isle of Mull, its colourful houses appear in many photographs. The perfect island for whale watching, eagle watching white sand beaches and a peaceful tranquil holiday....


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Tongue is in the heart of the Mackay country and is situated on the North Coast of the beautiful Scottish Highlands; midway between Cape Wrath and John O'Groats, and also between the challenging golf links at Durness and Reay. Bird and wildlife watchers are also well catered for and need not travel far from Rhian to enjoy their hobby. Red, roe and muntjac deer, otters and pine-martens have also been spotted nearby. Other activities available in the area include horse riding on idyllic beaches, ceilidh dancing classes, swimming pool and leisure centre, island boat trips, photographic safaris, craft shops, Strathnaver Museum (Clan Mackay room) and historical walks to trace the Clearances....


Torridon is a small village in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. However the name is also applied to the area surrounding the village, particularly the Torridon Hills, mountains to the north of Glen Torridon....


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Turnberry is a golf resort on the coast of the outer Firth of Clyde in southwestern Scotland....


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Ullapool is a small town of around 1,300 inhabitants in Ross and Cromarty, Highland, Scotland. Despite its small size, it is the largest settlement for many miles around, and is a major tourist destination of Scotland....


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