Holy Island (Scottish Gaelic: Eilean MoLaise) is off the coast West coast of Scotland, near the Isle of Arran.
Skipness is a small village on the east coast of the Kintyre Peninsula in Argyll and Bute, Scotland.
Campbeltown (Scottish Gaelic:Ceann Loch Chille Chiarain) is located on the southern portion of the Kintyre Peninsula in Argyll and Bute, Scotland.
The Isle of Bute is an island in the Firth of Clyde, off the west coast of the mainland of Scotland.
Millport is the only town on the island of Great Cumbrae off the coast of Ayrshire.
West Kilbride is a historic small town in North Ayrshire, Scotland.
Ailsa Craig (Scottish Gaelic: Creag Ealasaid) is an island in the Firth of Clyde off the coast of Ayrshire in Scotland. It is colloquially known as "Paddy's Milestone" as it is roughly marks the halfway point of the sea journey from Belfast to Glasgow.
Girvan is a seaside town on the west coast of Scotland. It has a population of around 8,000.
Ardrossan is a town in Ayrshire in Scotland. The town is a short walk from Saltcoats
Largs is a small seaside resort on the Clyde coast of North Ayrshire. It’s where Viking power in Scotland was broken, at the Battle of Largs in 1263, and the Vikingar Exhibition is the town’s main attraction.
Saltcoats is a small town in Ayrshire in Scotland, next to Ardrossan.
Tayvallich is a small village in Knapdale in Argyll and Bute, on the west coast of Scotland.
Dunoon is the seaboard gateway to the Scottish Highlands in Argyll and Bute.
Inverkip is a large village which is located in Inverclyde. This travel guide also covers the neighbouring villages of Wemyss Bay and Skellmorlie.
Kilwinning is a small, pleasant but rather run-down town in Ayrshire, Scotland.
Kilmartin is a village in Argyll and Bute in the Scottish Highlands. This travel guide also covers the neighbouring village of Ardfern.
Troon is a small seaside town 31 miles from Glasgow, in the South West region of Scotland. It's one of the closest beach resorts to the Glasgow conurbation, so on fine summer weekends it draws crowds, and another major attraction is golf, especially the Royal Troon Golf Club which often hosts the Open.
Stranraer is a town in South West (Scotland). It is best known for having been a ferry port, connecting Scotland with Northern Ireland.
Gourock is a town and ferry port on the Firth of Clyde in Scotland. Most visitors to the town will be travelling onwards by sea to Dunoon and Argyll.
Kilbirnie (Gaelic: Cill Bhraonaigh) is a small town of 7,642 inhabitants situated in the Garnock Valley area of North Ayrshire, on the west coast of Scotland. It is around 20 miles (30 km) south-west of Glasgow and approximately 10 miles (16 km) from Paisley and Irvine respectively.
Ayr is a town in Ayrshire, in South West Scotland. Its chief attraction for visitors is the nearby village of Alloway, birthplace of Robert Burns.
Kilcreggan is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is situated on the River Clyde at the mouth of Loch Long, between the villages of Cove and Rosneath.
Isle of Jura is an island in the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland.
Prestwick is a town in Ayrshire, South West Scotland. It adjoins onto the larger town of Ayr to the south.
Kilmarnock is in South West Scotland and is the home of "Johnnie Walker", the world famous brand of whisky. It is also associated with the poetry of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns as his first collection of poems -the famous "First Edition"- was printed in the town.
Islay (pronounced eye-la), "Queen of the Hebrides", is around 20 miles by 20 miles. With its eight distilleries - Bunnahabhain, Bruichladdich, Bowmore, Caol Ila, Ardbeg, Laphroaig, Lagavulin and newly opened Kilchoman - it is easy to see why Islay is probably most famous for its whisky.
thumb|300px|Dumbarton Castle from the South side of the River Clyde
Balloch is a town in Scotland. Balloch is on the southern shore of Loch Lomond
Island is an island off the coast of County Antrim in Northern Ireland.
Bangor is the third largest town in Northern Ireland, after Belfast and Derry. It is situated on the southern shores of Belfast Lough and has a population of about 76,000.
Carrickfergus (also called Carrick) is a city in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Oban is a town in Argyll and Bute. It is known as the Seafood & Sea Kayaking Capital of Scotland and probably the whole of Europe It is also shopping and drinking capital of the west coast of Scotland, and home to the excellent whisky of that name.
Inverbeg is a settlement in Argyll and Bute. Inverbeg is on the shores of Loch Lomond.
Ballycastle is a town in Northern Ireland, on the North Antrim coast.
Balmaha is a village in Scotland, located in the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
Holywood is a pleasant town in County Down of Northern Ireland, about 10 minutes from Belfast.
Ardlui is a hamlet in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Ardlui is at the northern end of Loch Lomond.
thumb|right|250 px| Buachaille Etive Mor - fortunately you view it from the bottom when walking the Way
Newton Stewart is a town with a population of about 3500 in Dumfries and Galloway. The town's name comes from William Stewart who built several houses and obtained a burgh charter in 1677 from King Charles II.
Lismore is an island of the Inner Hebrides in the county of Argyll and Bute in Scotland.
The West Highland Railway, also known as the West Highland Line (Scottish Gaelic: Rathad Iarainn nan Eilean - "Iron Road to the Isles"), is a scenic railway in Scotland running from Glasgow to Fort William and Mallaig, with a branch leading to Oban from Crianlarich. In 2009, the readers of Wanderlust magazine voted the West Highland Line as the most scenic railway line in the world - a mantra repeated by many awestruck tourists.
Drymen is a village in Scotland, located in the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, about four miles from Loch Lomond.
Colonsay is a small island in the Inner Hebrides, about 8 miles long by 2½ miles wide, with Scalasaig as its main settlement and jetty. Colonsay is rocky yet fertile, with fine beaches, and is linked by a tidal causeway to Oronsay.
Bearsden is a small town in Scotland, situated about 6 miles north west of Glasgow. It is largely suburban, and with the exception of the Roman Wall sites and one or two isolated buildings, was entirely built after 1850, with impressive sandstone houses in the town centre.
Belfast (Irish: Béal Feirste, meaning "the mouth of the river Farset") is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland and the second largest city on the island of Ireland after Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland. Situated at the mouth of the River Lagan on Belfast Lough, Belfast is surrounded by low hills and has a population of 267,500.
Milngavie is a small town in Scotland, situated about 6 miles north west of Glasgow.
Glasgow (Gaelic: Glaschu, Scots: Glesga) is the biggest city in Scotland, with a population of about 600,000 in the city itself and over 2 million if the surrounding towns of the Clydeside conurbation are taken into account. Located at the west end of Scotland's Central Belt on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow's historical importance as Scotland's main industrial centre has been challenged by decades of change and various regeneration efforts.
The XX Commonwealth Games were held in Glasgow, Scotland from 23 July to 3 August 2014. Most sports were competed within the City of Glasgow.
Crianlarich is a village in Stirlingshire, about 6 miles north-east of Loch Lomond with a population of less than 200.
Mull is an island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It is in the Argyll and Bute Council Area.
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park straddles the two regions of the Scottish Highlands and the Central Belt of Scotland.
Giant's Causeway is a spectacular rock formation on the Antrim coast of Northern Ireland. The site consists of some 40,000 basalt columns rising out of the sea.
Antrim is an historical town with many interesting sights, situated on the shore of lough Neagh with a caravan park located on the shore. The shoppers amongst you will enjoy the combination of town centre and the large outlet mall just outside the town, if your about on a Saturday morning there is one of the biggest car boot sales in Ireland at Dunsilly every Saturday all year round.
Strontian is a village in Highland. The likeness of the name to the chemical element strontium is no coincidence as the substance got it name from being found in the lead mines here in the late 18th century.
Lisburn is split between County Antrim and County Down in Northern Ireland. It has a nice square and plenty of the usual British shops.
Believed to be the burial place of Saint Patrick, the town of Downpatrick in Northern Ireland is a place with a long history. It offers a range of historic heritage, with locally discovered remains going back to prehistoric times.
Kirkintilloch is a town in Scotland. It lies on the Forth and Clyde Canal, about eight miles northeast of central Glasgow.
Hillsborough (population 2400) is a village located in central County Down in Northern Ireland.
Fionnphort is the port at the far west of the Ross of Mull, where the ferry goes frequently on the very short crossing to Iona.
Sitting at the head of Loch Linnhe, a sea loch, and at the foot of Ben Nevis, Fort William is the major town of the South Western Scottish Highlands, Scotland. The High Street is the heart of the town - here one will find most of the shops, pubs and restaurants and at its northern end, beyond the bypass, the bus and railway stations.
Callander is a town in Stirlingshire, Scotland. It is one of the main centres for visiting the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, and is often referred to as The Gateway to the Highlands.
Tobermory is the capital of Mull, in Argyll and Bute. It is one of the larger Inner Hebrides.
Portrush (Irish: Port Rois, meaning "Promontory Port") is a resort town on the north coast of Northern Ireland. It's a good place to base yourself for a visit to the Giant's Causeway and the other attractions on the Irish North Coast.
Coatbridge and neighbouring Airdrie are towns in the Clydeside region of the Central Belt, Scotland. A working class and industrial town, Coatbridge earned the name Iron Burgh in its heyday, while Airdrie was known for weaving and textiles.
Coleraine (Cúil Raithin in Irish) is a town located in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
Newcastle (population 7500) is a seaside resort town in County Down, Northern Ireland on the coast of the Irish Sea. It can get very busy and congested in the summer, but the promenade along the sea front is modern and well designed.
Rannoch Moor, a large expanse of around 50 square miles (130 km²) of boggy moorland to the west of Loch Rannoch, is in Perth and Kinross, partly northern Argyll and Bute, and Highland, Scotland. Rannoch Moor is designated a National Heritage site.
Cumbernauld is very much near the centre of Scotland, one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Portstewart is a scenic town in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Portstewart has been taken over by apartment developments like many seaside towns in the past.
Peel (in Manx: Purt ny h-Inshey – Port of the Island) is a town on the Isle of Man.
Calgary a small village on the Isle of Mull. Houses are scattered around a small bay with an excellent beach.
Kirkcudbright is a small coastal town in South West Scotland. It is situated in the Dumfries and Galloway area