Boddam Lighthouse,Scotland

Boddam – The little Scottish village with a 6000-year-old secret

A quiet village that sits on the chilly side of the UK coast, Boddam is mainly known as one of northeast Scotland’s commuter settlements for nearby Peterhead and Aberdeen. But, with its traditional stone-built cottages, 200-year-old lighthouse, and nearby ancient remnants from a time when primitive farming tools were considered cutting-edge tech, Boddam is a place with its own story …

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Barmouth – an iconic seaside resort of Wales

About On the west coast of Wales, sandwiched between the picturesque mountains and the sea, lies a thriving little seaside town – Barmouth. Renowned for its long stretches of beach and traditional seaside feel, tourists flock to this town during the summer months. Barmouth otherwise only has a small population of around 3000. Geographically, Barmouth is a gem. Located in …

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Sandy beaches, HebridesScotland

Visit The Outer Hebrides

The Outer Hebrides are some of the most remote areas of the United Kingdom. The islands offer tranquility, beautiful scenery and unforgettable beaches. Also, for adventure travelers you can hike and cycle the famous Hebridean Way and explore some of Scotland’s best by means of slow travel. It’s no wonder that Britain’s islands are calling to travelers from around the …

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Banff. ScotlandScotland

Banff – Where Scottish Kings Clashed with Viking Raiders

A Scottish coastal town sitting at the tip-top of the UK coast, Banff is renowned for its clean sandy beaches, centuries-old architecture, and deep historic Aberdeenshire roots dating back to when barbarians roamed the British Isles. A town dripping in history and tradition, Banff is where you can learn about and appreciate some of the events that helped shape northeast …

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