things to do
Sports & Outdoor
Scotland is perfect for lovers of the outdoors. There are so many activities you’ll be spoilt for choice. Cycling, walking, climbing, kayaking, running, or less strenuous pastimes, you will enjoy whatever you decide to do.
The vast regional park Muirshiel contains the Greenock Cut, which is an ancient monument. This is a circular walk around the moorland and then along the Greenock Cut canal-aqueduct, now a designated monument overlooking Clyde's magnificent view.
Almond Valley Heritage Center
The Almond Valley has a working farm, mill, Museum and light railway orientated round family fun
Strathclyde Country Park
Strathclyde Country Park is a country park in Lanarkshire. Many rowing competitions have been held here, including the 1996 World Rowing Championships. The 2014 Commonwealth Games triathlon events were also held here.
Luffness Golf Club
Located in the center of the famous golf country on the East Lothian coastline. Luffness New Golf Club was established in 1894 and was designed by Old Tom Morris to provide challenging and enjoyable golf in a historic environment.
Loch Fleet Nature Reserve
The Loch Fleet is a paradise for flora and fauna located in the waters north of Dornoch.
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Gullane golf club
Gullane golf club is a fantastic club with three excellent link courses. Golf has a history of 350 years in Scotland. The ASI Scottish Open was held there in 2015 and 2018. In 2018, the club also hosted the world's best female golfers for the ASI Ladies Scottish Open.
Muirfield golf course
Muirfield is a private links golf course that is the home of The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers. Located in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland, and overlooking Firth of Forth, Muirfield was once one of the courses where the British Open is played in rotation.