Despite it’s size, Scotland’s landscape offers a plethora of different scenery compacted into a very small space. This accessibility makes Scotland an ideal place to tour around in a campervan. With each day you will discover a new view with a vastly different landscape. It’s important to us that you make the most of your holiday which is why we’ve put together a number of campervan tour routes to help you explore Scotland. Our tour routes shown on the website are just a sample of the campervan tours we have in stock. We would be delighted to help you put together a bespoke campervan tour for your campervan holiday. In your tour, we will make suggestions of places to visit with wild camping suggestions and friendly campsites. We will also suggest things to do and see dependent on your preferences. Whether you love photography, history, wildlife, beaches, castles, cycling, eating, drinking or just enjoying a good view, we will put together the tour to suit your needs.
Our Four Seasons Campers campervan blog is also another good source of information and you can take a look for tips on travelling with children on a campervan holiday. Or you can get tips on what to take on your campervan holiday ; what you need to book in advance; and other hot tips!
The North Coast 500 route a loop from Inverness around the Northern Scottish Highlands, is becoming increasingly popular and Four Seasons Campers can advise on great walks along the way as well as great places to stop at. Sutherland in the North West of Scotland is our favourite place and we are delighted that finally the rest of the world realises it exists! A week is a good length of time to travel around the whole of the North Coast 500 route but you can add on a couple of other great sites along the way if you are travelling up from Edinburgh or Glasgow for the start of your campervan holiday. One of our other favourite routes is up through Glencoe, Fort William, the golden beaches of Arisaig and across to Skye before joining the North Coast 500 route near Applecross. If there’s time, we would also suggest the last leg of your journey travelling south, takes in Aviemore or Braemar and the beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
There are so many amazing campervan routes with stunning wild camping sites all over Scotland, it’s hard to know where to start. We hope that you will enjoy reading our routes and look forward to helping you plan your own campervan holiday when you book a Four Seasons Campers VW campervan.