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Dunrobin Castle - Scotland

What to do (Continued)

Further highlights

  • Many unspoilt sandy beaches to discover, including miles of sands at Dornoch - and some of the best surf in Britain can be found further north at Strathy, Melvich and Farr Bay.
  • It is also a stunning place for walking and touring. For those who prefer flatter ground will be spoilt for choice. With a network of single track roads visitors can spend their days wandering by foot, bicycle or car through unrivalled scenery
  • The more energetic can climb the Munros of Ben Kilbreck, Ben Hope and Ben Wyvis, and enjoy quite stunning Corbett climbing, particularly Ben Loyal, Arkle and Foinavon.
  • Sea, river and loch fishing are all readily available in abundance. Some of Europe’s premier trout lochs are here
  • Superb stag stalking and hind stalking is available in season on the local estates
  • Visit Dunnet Head, the most northerly point on the British mainland or Cape Wrath, which is the most north-westerly point
  • Visit Smoo Cave at Durness, which is the largest and most dramatic coastline cave in Britain
  • If you visit in autumn or winter you may be very lucky and see a wonderful display of the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights
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