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 below to help you explore Scotland. Our Four Seasons Campers campervan blog is also another good source of information for tips on planning your campervan tour around Scotland. To get an idea of what to expect from your Scottish campervan holiday, please take a look at our video below.
Four Seasons Campers Campervan Tour Routes
Our tour routes shown below 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.
If you would like a detailed route plan , please email us at email@example.com or contact us through our contact page. Our Tour plans includes suggested wild camping spots and campsites as well as detailed directions. If you have booked your campervan holiday with Four Seasons Campers, these tours are free of charge. Otherwise please pay for your detailed tour by clicking on our PayPal link at the bottom of this page and insert £3 for the cost. We will email you the map along with directions, campsites, wild camping spots and things to do and see along the way. To access our PayPal Account to pay your deposit after confirming availability, please click on the ‘Buy Now,’ link below:
Tour 1: 4 Day Islay and Jura Campervan Tour
For an ideal short Autumn, Summer or Spring break, why not travel to the beautiful Inner Hebridean islands of Islay and Jura in your campervan. As well as being famous for it’s delicious single malt whisky, Islay (pronounced Eye-la, also has an array of beautiful beaches and is rich in wildlife. With 8 distilleries on the island, you are never far away from finding a dram of whisky to refresh you. Alternatively, head for Port Askaig, Port Ellen or Port Charlotte for places to eat. If you feel more active then there are some great golf courses or cycle around the island and enjoy the peaceful roads as you enjoy the scenery. Fishing, horse riding and hill walking are also available.
Located a few miles north of Islay the Isle of Jura is known as one of Scotland’s last wildernesses. With only 200 residents and one hotel, it is a great place to get away from it all. The name Jura is thought to have come from the Norse, Island of the deer, and you are sure to see the heards of deer and you travel along Jura’s main road that runs along the east coast of the island. With lots of historical sites including Iron Age Forts, standing stones and burial grounds, there is plenty to see for history lovers. The more active can climb the famous and distinct Paps of Jura.
Tour 2: 10 Day Highland Hillwalking and History Campervan Tour
This fantastic 10 day campervan holiday takes takes in the atmospheric pass of Glencoe and the stunning lochs and glens around Fort William before heading north up the Caledonian Canal and across to iconic Eilean Donan Castle before heading over the infamous Bealach Na Ba to Applecross and onto the North Coast 500 route. Highlights of the trip include Ben Hope on the North Coast, Scotland’s most northerly Munro mountain; the Smoo Caves; Sandwood Bay; Dunrobin Castle and Culloden Battlefields.
Tour 3: Autumn Hillwalking Campervan Tour
Tour 4 – North Coast 500 campervan tour
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.