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Discover this interesting natural landmark in Scotland's Durness called Smoo Cave. It is a well-liked vacation spot renowned for both its distinctive geological features and historical significance.  Visitors frequently praise Smoo Cave as being an incredibly beautiful and awe-inspiring location. Photographers and nature lovers alike enjoy the enchanting scene that is produced by the water, the rocks, and the intricate formations of the cave. Smoo Cave Lybster Information Guide and...

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Cape Wrath
Cape Wrath

Cape Wrath Visitor Information and Accommodation Guide

Cape Wrath Visitor Information and Accommodation Guide helping you make the most of your vacation in the Sutherland area. Cape Wrath is the most north ­westerly point on the Scottish mainland. There is no access for cars, but a ferry is met by a minibus which takes visitors to Cape Wrath lighthouse. The name is derived from the Old Norse hoarf.

  • Cape Wrath Latitude 58.6255° N Longitude -4.9987° W
  • Cape Wrath Postcode IV27
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Cape Wrath is a large moorland wilderness area that is entirely located in one spot. Both the Orkney Islands and the Western Isles are visible while looking in the opposite direction, to the north-east and south-west, respectively. In the region known as the Highlands of Scotland, the county of Sutherland is where you'll find some of the most breathtaking and spectacular views of both the land and the sea, along with some dramatic beaches.

The cape is the most north-western point in mainland Britain, and it is separated from the rest of the mainland by the Kyle of Durness. It comprises of 107 square miles of moorland wildness that is known as the Parph.

At the point where the north and west coasts of Scotland meet, you'll find one of the most recognisable landmarks in all of Britain.

The well-known NC500 route passes through the village, which is located on the A836 road, to the west of the town centre of Tongue and Thurso, and features grocery stores, a swimming pool, a fitness centre, and a bowling green. Thurso High School is where students can get their secondary education, and the University of the Highlands and Islands is also located nearby, making it convenient for students who want to pursue higher education.

Enjoy your stay in this charming three-bedroom detached holiday bungalow that is located in a sought-after location in North West Sutherland. Offering beautiful views over the sea or a loch, this is an ideal holiday property in a beautiful and scenic area that is situated in the far northwestern corner of Scotland, an area that is known for mountain climbing and hill walking.

In addition to Primary and Secondary Schools, Kinlochbervie also has a Pre-School and a Nursery School for younger students.

This area is located close to the wild north coast and a number of sandy beaches and local services, and it is filled with a variety of shops selling handmade goods, general stores, and a number of hotels and restaurants.

Find activities such as fishing, shooting, pony tracking, tennis, running and walking, climbing facilities, cycling, water sports, golf, indoor games, squash, fitness centres, swimming pools, health suites, spas, and restaurants that are priced to accommodate a variety of budgets.

In addition, Kinlochbervie is home to a well-known and acclaimed fish market.
The golf course at Durness is the most northerly golf course on the mainland of the United Kingdom.
Within the town itself, there is access to dependable rail, coach, and bus transportation that can take you in any direction on the compass. The John O' Groats Airports, which provide flights throughout the United Kingdom and Europe, are a thirty-minute drive from Wick and may be reached by car in that amount of time.

This location serves as an excellent home base from which to explore the Orkney Islands and the northern coast of Scotland.

Enjoy spectacular sunsets, world-class surfing, three outstanding golf courses, a castle dating back to the 12th century, and if you're a runner or biker, there are some terrific paths with fabulous views to explore.

Visit the Northern Highlands and Islands while staying in a bed & breakfast in the bustling tiny town of Thurso, which is a fantastic base from which to explore the region.

Discover some of the best restaurants in the area right here.

People stay in Thurso before taking a day cruise out to the Orkney Islands from nearby Scrabster Harbour in order to take advantage of Thurso East, which is considered to be the best surfing break in Britain and draws surfers from all over the world.

Birdwatching, seal watching, the Castle of Mey, Pictish buildings, and loads of other things to see and do with a group of friends or family are just some of the activities that can be experienced in the region.

Spend your nights in the quaint hamlet of Kylesku, which is located smack dab in the middle of Sutherland, at a well-established and popular bed and breakfast. Nestled along the beach where Loch Glencoul and Loch Gleann Dubh meet, the property enjoys an unobstructed view of the water and is surrounded by breathtaking surroundings.

This region is accessible only by travelling through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the Scottish Highlands, and as a result, it is a very popular tourist destination. There is a wide variety of outdoor pursuits available right on your doorstep, including hill walking, fishing, and bird watching. The Eas a Chual Aliunn is the highest waterfall in the United Kingdom, and the Kylesku bridge is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful bridges in the world.

The closest amenities may be found in Lochinver or Ullapool, and they consist of a supermarket, hotels, cafes, bank, Post Office, and a limited range of retail establishments, in addition to a ferry port that serves as a gateway to the Western Isles.

In addition, the NC 500 passes by not far away.

It takes roughly two hours to drive to Inverness, which is the primary business and commercial centre in the Highlands. Inverness provides substantial shopping, recreational, and entertainment facilities in addition to excellent road, train, and air connectivity to the South and beyond.


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