Touring ScotlandPosted on: May 14, 2014
The Best Routes To Explore When Touring Scotland In A Campervan
Thinking of touring Scotland? There’s nothing better than a campervan adventure on the open road with stunning views – and Scotland’s landscape has them all. From the majestic mountains of the highlands, to the rolling valleys of the Midlands and the stunning Atlantic coastline.
We’ve put together a few scenic routes for you to enjoy in your luxury campervan.
So what are you waiting for? Prep the GPS system, grab some picnic goodies and jump in the campervan – your great Scottish road trips start here!
“Rest and Be Thankful” – A83
Drive across the Arrochar Alps in Glen Croe to the Rest and Be Thankful pass where you can pull off to the roadside bay viewpoint and picnic area to stretch your legs and of course soak up some stunning views.
Glencoe to Fort William
Touring Scotland is complete without driving along the stunning route through Glencoe to Fort William. Situated on the main route north through the Highlands, the word ‘spectacular’ doesn’t even begin to describe the beauty in Glencoe.
Edinburgh to St Andrews
Starting from our campervan depot you can head north and drive across the impressive Forth Road Bridge to Fife. By touring Scotland you can then follow the scenic coastal route around the East Neuk. Call at some of the enchanting fishing villages before you reach St Andrews, The Home of Golf.
Experience The Adventure of Touring Scotland
So if you are thinking of touring Scotland this summer we have some fantastic roads for you to explore and some even better views. However, the best way to experience the highlands is to turn the GPS off and head wherever the road takes you. You won’t get freedom like this anywhere else!
Get in touch with Roseisle Campervan Hire and start your adventure today.