Renowned for its stunning landscapes, rugged mountains, and fabulous beef and seafood – as well as being home to the oldest golf course in the world - this beautiful country is consistently popular for golf holidays in Scotland.
St Andrews in Fife is well-known for its golfing history and The Old Course at St Andrews Links dates back to 1552 making it the oldest golf course on record. This ‘home of golf’ is where every golfer dreams of playing.
The ancient capital of Scotland Dunfermline, in West Fife, is popular with tourists thanks to a wealth of museums, cathedrals, parks and of course golf courses.
Scotland’s breathtakingly beautiful capital city Edinburgh really does need to be seen to be believed. The city’s dramatic skyline is peppered with spires and turrets and the magnificent castle overlooks landscaped gardens. Combined with the dark charm of Edinburgh’s Old Town and stunning architecture of the New Town, Edinburgh attract millions of tourists each year, particularly in August when festival fever dominates the city.
Scotland has a reputation for cold, wet weather but the Gulf Stream means that temperatures are often higher than expected. With four international airports, Scotland is easily accessible from the rest of Europe.
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