A world of adventure is waiting just for you
Celebrate Year of Natural Scotland 2013 and get out and about to explore Scotland's breathtaking landscapes and stunning shorelines.
Sorry our prize draw for free and discouted travel tickets is now closed but you can still find great offers and events throughout the country, so come and experience Scotland's natural beauty and enjoy a great range of activities.
Look out for our spectacular wildlife roaming free and sample some traditional Scottish food and drink to keep you going throughout the day.
Don’t forget to share your stories with us using #naturalscotland.
Here’s some people's experience so far:
Inveraray, Argyll - one of my absolute favourite places. If you’ve never been then make it a priority to get there soon.
The white sands of Morar, Lochaber district, Highlands - sat on those very sands enjoying glorious sunshine, aaahhh happy memories.
We've listed just a few of Citylink's routes across Scotland.
The Kintyre peninsula meets mid-Argyll in the picturesque fishing village of Tarbert, where you can enjoy great views out to the harbour.
Why not follow the Scottish Seafood Trail in the Mull of Kintyre and look out for golden sandy beaches as you go? Stop off in Tayinloan and catch the ferry to the island of Gigha.
Did you know that Campbeltown was formerly known as the capital of whisky making? It also boasts the oldest purpose-built cinema in Scotland which is still showing films today!
From a chocolate factory to one of Scotland's oldest sources of single malt Scotch whisky, enjoy an inspirational visit to Oban. For stunning views out to the Sound of Mull, take a walk up to the iconic McCaig's Tower.
Fort William and Skye
Fort William is known as the Outdoor Capital of the UK and boasts a great programme of events and activities. Don't miss the Nevis Range mountain resort which is open throughout the year.
A short distance from Fort William is the mesmerising Glen Coe, which provided the backdrop to James Bond's latest outing Skyfall.
Journey up to Skye, with spectacular views by Spean Bridge and the Commando Monument, or enjoy sea views on the bus via the Skye Bridge and the islands over to Raasay.
Inverness and Ullapool
From Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands, cross the Kessock Bridge for the road north to Ullapool.
Ullapool is one of the gateway villages to the North West Highland Geopark, the first of its kind in Scotland.
Perth, Crianlarich and Tyndrum
Perth is a consistent 'Beautiful Britain' award winner, and offers lovely walks with views along the River Tay. Scotland's seventh city is also a short distance from the impressive Scone Palace, the former seat of Scottish kings.
Crianlarich is located just off the popular West Highland Way and at the foot of spectacular mountains like Ben More, while Tyndrum lies on the West Highland Way and is also home to the Green Welly shop and gold mining as well as offering great hillwalking on Ben Lui.