This pretty west coast campervan road trip takes in the misty mysterious mountain pass through Glencoe followed by the white beaches of Arisaig and Sanna Bay. A day trip by ferry can be made from Ardnamurchan to Tobermory on the beautiful Inner Hebridean island of Mull. Wildlife is abundant along the Ardnamurchan trail. Look out for sea eagles and otters before heading back to Glencoe and Loch Lomond the next day. To view full tour please click here
If you fancy travelling a little further north, try out this spectacular campervan road trip taking in the infamous Bealach na Ba hairpin mountain pass that culminates in the beautiful coastal village of Applecross. With white beaches around the bay looking over to Skye and several Inns and restaurants offering delicious seafood, this is a great route for foodies and adventure lovers. To view full tour please click here.
A short ferry ride from the Mull of Kintyre, Islay is one of the most interesting islands in the Inner Hebrides and with its own micro climate is a great place to take an autumn or winter campervan roadtrip. Driving over the famous ‘Rest and be thankful’ mountain pass and then along the edge of Loch Fyne and past the Crinan Canal, this route is a great showcase for our serene west coast lochs. Famous for it’s whisky, Islay has a plethora of distilleries but if whisky isn’t your tipple, you can still enjoy the delights of some of Scotland’s best local produce! To view full tour please click here.