The West Coast of Scotland

West Coast of Scotland

There is so much to discover on the west coast that many visitors return year after year from all over the world to explore more.

Some of the worlds finest seafood comes from the West of Scotland.

The highlands and islands are popular with many visitors, with the malt whiskies being one of the prime reasons for visiting the area. Other attractions include the stunning landscapes and clean air, professional and courteous hospitality and a superb blend of traditional and modern culture.

The west coast and the highlands and islands are also well known for the large amount of festivals and traditional cultural events from such things as Highland Games, music festivals to the unusual historic Seafood Festival held in Tarbert every year.  There are also many other small, medium and large events such as the Cowal Games, Mull Of Kintyre Music Festival and much more throughout the highlands for you to enjoy.

If it is peace and relaxation you require, away from the hectic pressures of urban life, then look no further.  Scotland’s coastline stretches for thousands of miles and includes everything from rocky shorelines to secluded island beaches, all of which are home to many different species.

For those aboard who are avid walkers and want to spend some time ashore exploring the beautiful coastline, there are a number of coastal trails suited to all abilities.  Scotland’s vast variety of marine wildlife and seabird colonies can be viewed either from shore or from the comfort of Sea Eagle.  Sea species such as seals, whales, basking sharks and dolphins have been spotted whilst on board.

Each of Scotland’s islands are unique with diverse landscape, rich wildlife and stunning topography.

With quiet sandy beaches and wildlife around every corner the west coast of Scotland is a true haven like no other.  With so much to offer, what better way is there than to explore and experience Scotland aboard the luxury and comfort of Sea Eagle.