Its unspoiled grandiose landscape, unique in Europe and home to stags, eagles, seals and even dolphins, will without doubt be the highlight of your trip. The craggy landscape of the Trossachs and the sparkling water of Loch Lomond, which form Scotland's largest National Park, will stop you dead in your tracks. This fantastic playground has no lack of outdoor activities for all the family.
The unspoiled, seemingly endless landscapes of the Highlands, liberally strewn with photogenic ruins, forbidding mountains and misty lochs, are perhaps the most emblematic image of Scotland.
The coastline is, however, equally, sublime, ranging from sheer cliffs, fjords worthy of Scandinavia, tiny colourful fishing harbours and long stretches of pristine beaches...
After you have drunk your fill of castles on windswept moors, head for the medieval lanes of Edinburgh, taking in the modernist marvels of Glasgow on the way to get the full measure of an architectural heritage that is fully equal to such unique landscapes. Sights to behold indeed!
Michelin's recommendations for Écosse
10 most beautiful islands in the world
Deserted, inhabited, tropical, wild, arid, green or icebound, islands have always ben our fantasy destinations. A chance to be cut off from the world and recharge our batteries in a setting where the sky always meets the sea.
Our tour of Scotland’s most beautiful castles
Part of the United Kingdom, Scotland is a land rich in myths and legends and well-known for its fantastic castles. With over 400, you will have no lack of choice, but in case you can’t decide, here are our top five.