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The West Coast in 7 days

Whether you’re treading its white sandy beaches, marvelling at its majestic glens, or hopping across its unique islands, a self-drive break on Scotland’s west coast is unforgettable. Get in gear for a seven-day adventure that’ll have you taking the high road to the bonnie, bonnie banks; sampling a dram (or two) in the shadow of Ben Nevis; and monster hunting on the inky blue waters of Loch Ness.

Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond

Glencoe

Glencoe

Fort William - Ben Nevis

Fort William - Ben Nevis

Silver Sands of Morar

Silver Sands of Morar

Skye

Skye

Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan

Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan

Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

  • Loch Lomond
  • Glencoe
  • Fort William - Ben Nevis
  • Silver Sands of Morar
  • Skye
  • Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan
  • Fort Augustus and Loch Ness
  • Loch Lomond

    Take to the bustling M8 and head for the heart of Scotland’s largest city – Glasgow. Jam-packed with internationally-acclaimed museums and galleries, stunning architecture, vibrant nightlife, fantastic shopping and a range of renowned restaurants and bars ranging, it’s a city that crackles and fizzes with atmosphere from dawn till dusk. Take it all in.
  • Glencoe

    After the sensory overload of Glasgow, it’s time to get out of the city and head for the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Take the Erskine Bridge, admiring the views of the River Clyde en route, and head North West on the A82.
    Scotland’s first National Park is packed with packed with things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!
  • Fort William - Ben Nevis

    Get your motor(home) running back onto the A82 and continue north into the Great Glen. Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and offers the stunning scenery and activities to more than live up to that mantle.
    Whether you’re looking to take to the slopes and scale the heights or simply marvel at them from a distance, you’re in for a treat.
  • Silver Sands of Morar

    Take to the famous A830 Road to the Isles for the drive of a lifetime.
    Set foot on impossibly white sandy beaches and gaze at unforgettable sea views with magnificent sunsets over the Isles of Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Skye and the remote wilderness of Knoydart. This is one trip you won’t forget.
  • Skye

    What’s a trip to the west of Scotland without a bit of island hopping? Take the ferry from Mallaig to Armadale and say hello to Skye - an island alive with magic.
    The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it’s home to some of Scotland’s most iconic landscapes.
    From the Old Man of Storr to the Quiraing and the Cuillin, Skye offers a plethora of sights to enthral the senses – and twist the tongue!
  • Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan

    Take the A87 and make your way back to the mainland – crossing iconic Skye Bridge (now happily toll-free!) on your way to Kyle of Lochalsh, where the iconic castle of Eilean Donan, the thundering Falls of Glomach, and spectacular glens await as you travel through the gateway from Skye!
  • Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

    Stay on the A87 and make your way back to the Great Glen where myths, monsters, and majesty await!
    With pivotal role in the history of Scotland, breathtaking scenery, and the on-going mystery of its hide and seek grand champion, it’s no surprise this area has enthralled visitors for hundreds of years.
  • Loch Lomond
  • Glencoe
  • Fort William - Ben Nevis
  • Silver Sands of Morar
  • Skye
  • Kyle of Lochalsh - Eilean-Donan
  • Fort Augustus and Loch Ness
 

•                Day 1 – Loch Lomond

Head north along the A82 to Scotland’s first National Park and the start of your west coast adventure. This slice of paradise is packed with a lifetime of things to see and do - breathtakingly beautiful scenery, incredible experiences on and off the water, and fantastic food and drink await!

•                Day 2 - Glencoe

Leave the bonny banks behind (as hard as that may be) and continue north on the awesome A82. No adventure in Scotland is complete without a visit to the magical wilderness of Glencoe. Its knife-edged mountains, roaring rivers and waterfalls, and starkly beautiful moors are known the world over thanks to blockbuster films such as Skyfall, Rob Roy and Harry Potter, and make it a paradise for walkers, climbers, skiers, snowboarders, photographers – and road trippers!

•                Day 3 – Fort William

Get your motor(home) running back onto the A82 and continue north into the Great Glen. Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and offers the stunning scenery and activities to more than live up to that mantle. Whether you’re looking to take to the slopes and scale the heights or simply marvel at them from a distance, you’re in for a treat.

•                Day 4 – Morar, Mallaig and More

Take to the famous A830 Road to the Isles for the drive of a lifetime. Set foot on impossibly white sandy beaches and gaze at unforgettable sea views with magnificent sunsets over the Isles of Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Skye and the remote wilderness of Knoydart. This is one trip you won’t forget.

•                Day 5 - Skye

What’s a trip to the west of Scotland without a bit of island hopping? Take the ferry from Mallaig to Armadale and say hello to Skye - an island alive with magic. The largest of the Inner Hebrides, it’s home to some of Scotland’s most iconic landscapes. From the Old Man of Storr to the Quiraing and the Cuillin, Skye offers a plethora of sights to enthral the senses – and twist the tongue!

•                Day 6 – Kyle of Lochalsh

Take the A87 and make your way back to the mainland – crossing iconic Skye Bridge (now happily toll-free!) on your way to Kyle of Lochalsh, where the iconic castle of Eilean Donan, the thundering Falls of Glomach, and spectacular glens await as you travel through the gateway from Skye!

 

•                Day 7 - Fort Augustus and Loch Ness

Stay on the A87 and make your way back to the Great Glen where myths, monsters, and majesty await! With pivotal role in the history of Scotland, breathtaking scenery, and the on-going mystery of its hide and seek grand champion, it’s no surprise this area has enthralled visitors for hundreds of years.

Don’t Miss

Don’t miss the chance to see the Silver Sands of Morar – a stunning string of beautiful sandy beaches peppering the coastline from Arisaig to Morar. Featured in films such as Highlander and Local Hero, its spectacularly blue shallows and sparkling sands have long lured photographers, film-makers and road trippers.

See & Do

Hire a boat, take to the water and explore one of Loch Lomond’s 30 islands. Make sure you pay a visit to Inchconnachan and say “g’day” to its resident colony of wallabies, who’ve been happily hopping around the beautiful islet since the 1940s!

Eat & Drink

Set in an unassuming converted croft overlooking rugged Loch Dunvegan, Skye’s The Three Chimneys has spent the past 30 years establishing a reputation for offering up fantastic food that reflects the amazing variety of Skye’s authentic, natural larder from sky, land and sea. Book early, ready your tastebuds, and settle in for a meal that’ll dance on your palette like the moonlight on the Fairy Pools.

MC MOTORHOMES LTD


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