There are so many beautiful places in Scotland to experience whilst on your camper holiday, so we’ve compiled a list of some routes which will allow you to see some of our favourite sights. We’ve also added some excellent trip ideas from VisitScotland to help you make the most of your hire with us.
North Coast 500
The North Coast 500 is one of Scotland’s most popular road trips and touring it in a campervan is often the preferred way to see the sights around this part of the country. Around the NC500 you will come across beautiful beaches and fascinating mountainous landscapes. The freedom of driving the route in such a vehicle gives you flexibility to take in the scenery at your own pace.
North East 250
The North East 250 explores everything for which Scotland is famous in a unique Scottish road trip taking you through the whisky distilleries of Speyside, the spectacular mountain passes of the Cairngorms National Park, the famous castles of Royal Deeside, the Granite City of Aberdeen, the rugged North Sea coastline to the east and the picturesque seaside villages of the Moray Firth Coast..
South West Costal 300
The South West Coastal 300 offers a true breath of fresh air, taking in miles of beautiful coastline along quiet country roads, with hidden gems and stunning scenery along every curve of the tarmac. Sheltered sandy bays, rocky stretches and charming coastal towns can all be found on this road trip.
Fife Costal Route
With the Kincardine Bridge and the Tay Bridge at either end, the Fife Coastal Route traces a meandering path along the glittering Firth of Forth coastline, passing places such as the Forth Bridges, the Royal Burgh of Culross, the beautiful fishing towns in the East Neuk and historic St Andrews.
The Snow Roads Route
The Snow Roads Scenic Route encompasses some of the Cairngorms National Park’s finest areas. Starting in the picturesque market town of Blairgowrie, the route passes through the towns of Braemar, Ballater, and Tomintoul before finishing in Grantown-on-Spey.