Some of your favourite tours
We want our clients to get the best from their campervan adventures in Scotland. Here are some routes we have compiled for you to enjoy.
We have added approximate leisurely times for each but you can easily take these at your own pace. If you wish to see and do more in your trip these can easily be adapted to fit your needs and requirements.
Fintry to Ardnamurchan
3-5 Days / 330 miles (531Km)
A 3-5 day tour suggestion for your campervan holiday in Scotland. Get off the beaten track, empty beaches and hidden gems for your trip! The Telegraph describes Ardnamurchen's "empty beaches as worthy of Robinson Crusoe." The Ardnamurchan peninsula is truly stunning and a hidden gem which allows you to explore away from the more popular and crowded areas. There is lots to see and do on your journey to the acclaimed "most westerly point in mainland Britain." Please see our blog for more information.
Getting there: Fintry -> Callander -> Loch Earn -> Glencoe -> Ardnamurchan (3hrs 45mins)
Points of interest: Callander - Bracklinn Falls - Rob Roys Grave - Loch Lubnaig - Loch Earn - Glencoe - Sanna Bay - Ardnamurchan Lighthouse - Ardnamurchan Distillary - Mingarry Park Restaurant - Arisaig - Morar (Local Hero film location) - Glenfinnan Viaduct (Hogwarts Express) - Loch Lomond.
South West Coast 300
3-5 Days / 300 miles (483Km)
The lesser travelled South West Coast 300 offers spectacular Scottish scenery with coastal views for your Campervan adventure. A landscape which inspired much of the writing of poet Robert (Rabbie) Burns, is sure to inspire any bookworms. It also boasts Wigtown, Scotland's National Booktown, celebrating a Book Festival every September. With historic castles in abundance, take a trip off the beaten path in South West Scotland.
Getting there: Fintry -> M80 -> M8 -> M74 -> Exit junction 14 (1hr) to start your tour
Points of interest: Coastal Roads – Walking trails – Wildlife - Burns cottage - Electric Brae - Culzean Castle - Loch Doon Castle - Galloway Forest Park - Dark Sky Observatory - Dunskey Castle - Mull of Galloway - Wigtown (Scotland’s National book town) - Sweetheart Abbey - Sandyhills Beach - Dundrennan Abbey - Robert Burns’ House - Lockerbie
North Coast 500
7 - 14 Days / 516 miles ( 830Km)
The NC500 has quickly become one of the UK's most acclaimed scenic routes. Within easy access from Fintry, this route has been classed as the new Route 66. Providing a wealth of breathtaking scenery and historical sights, it is one for the must-do list. Get off the beaten track and enjoy the solitude by exploring this stunning route in your Campsie Camper.
Getting there: Fintry to Inverness on the A9 (3hrs) to start NC500
Points of interest: Loch Ness - Inverness Castle - Black Isle - Fairy Glen Falls - Clava Cairns - Dunrobin Castle - John O’Groats - Castle of Mey - Duncansby Stacks - Smoo Cave - Stac Pollaidh - Sandwood Bay - Ullapool - Strome Castle - Bealach na ba - Applecross
Fintry to Outer Hebrides
7 - 14 Days / 600 miles (966Km)
The best way to tour Scotland's islands is by campervan. The Outer Hebrides offer some of Scotland’s most spectacular island scenery. From white sandy beaches to uninhabited mountainous areas, these islands are steeped in history and will undoubtedly cater for all interests. There is abundant rare wildlife as well as exceptional marine life in-season. Almost untouched by civilisation in places, the communities here protect the area whilst welcoming visitors and demonstrating a warm, unique island spirit. Get outdoors and enjoy the serenity in your Campsie Camper.
Getting there: Fintry -> A9 -> A835 -> Ullapool (4hrs) – Overnight here and ferry to Lewis, Outer Hebrides
Points of interest: Ullapool - Stornoway - Tolsta Beach - Callanish Standing Stones - Blackhouses - Harris Distillary - Luskentyre Beach - The Anchorage - St. Kilda - Our Lady of the Isles - Eriskay - Kisimul Castle - Barra airport - Vatersay - Skye - Glencoe - Loch Lomond