A great campervan holiday is all about getting out in nature, seeing the country by road and enjoying the freedom of exploration. This is why there aren't many better spots to visit than the 'Outdoor Capital of the UK'.
Fort William, up in the west coast Highlands of Scotland, is one the best locations to see the country's most stunning sights while breathing the fresh mountain air.
The area is home to some well-established and beautiful places to eat and drink. With access to local seafood, wild venison and a range of fresh ingredients, Fort William can offer a unique taste of Scottish cuisine.
Some great examples are Neptune's Restaurant with its fresh west coast seafood and Glenfinnan House Hotel Restaurant & Bar with lochside views and a great selection of locally sourced meals.
Outdoor activities are what Fort William does best. Walks, mountain biking and sightseeing, are great ways to see the surrounding areas if you're planning on seeing the sights on your stop here.
For something with a little more action, you can try your hand at mountaineering, which lets you scale the mountains with trained instructors, or relax while you canoe along the area's beautiful rivers. We couldn't mention a Scottish holiday and not talk about golf; Fort William is close to the Traigh course, named by many as the most scenic golf course in the UK.
A breathtakingly beautiful way to see the sights is to take a small break from the road and walk The Great Glen Way, which connects Fort William and Inverness. Along the way, you can visit some fantastic spots including Loch Lochy and the forests on the bank of Loch Ness.
If you're visiting the Fort William area at certain times of the year, we highly recommend you take part in some of the fantastic events being held.
For example, each year the Ben Nevis race is held, so you can join in or sit by the side of the mountain and watch the runners pass by. Alternatively, every February there is the Fort William Mountain Festival where you can celebrate the culture of the Scottish Highlands. Another event packed with things to see and do is the Glenfinnan Highlands Gathering held every August which has athletics, piping, food stalls and traditional highland dancing to keep you busy.
We have been in the business of campervan holidays and motorhome hire for decades and have gained experience in how to make every aspect of the trip perfect. So, for advice, vehicle hire, and custom-made route maps just give us a call. And we can get you started on the road trip of a lifetime.
In Scotland we are lucky to have such an abundance of outdoor pursuits on our door step, set amongst some of the most beautiful landscape and all within easy driving reach when combined with a motorhome you can enjoy a holiday while experience some adrenaline based activities.