Scotland is home to 15 regions, all of which have their own individual characteristics and personalities. Find out more about each of our fantastic regions and what they can offer.
Dumfries and Galloway Head up to Scotland and cross the border in the west and you'll be greeted by glorious green countryside, rolling hills and friendly towns.
Greater Glasgow and The Clyde Valley With green spaces, great attractions and some of the friendliest people on the planet, Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley has a lot to shout about.
Loch Lomond, the Trossachs, Stirling and Forth Valley Stretching across central Scotland from east to west, the landscapes of Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley are wonderfully diverse.
Outer Hebrides Discover a different pace of life as you explore untouched coasts and countryside, fascinating history and unique island cultures.
The Kingdom of Fife We get it, it's Fife – the land of so much to do and not always enough time to do it in.
Shetland An archipelago made up of more than 100 islands, 15 of which are inhabited, the Shetland Isles are closer to Norway than mainland Scotland.