Scotland's National Tourist Routes
These 13 spectacular driving routes are all scenic alternatives to the main roads, with a range of great attractions en route. View each route to learn more about the attractions you can visit.
out of 13 routes fit your search criteria.
68 miles (109 km)
Angus Coastal Route
Choose this route for – the cliffs and beaches of the east coast, wildlife spotting and historic attractions.
129 miles (208 km)
Argyll Coastal Route
Choose this route for – idyllic coastlines, ancient history and delicious seafood.
89 miles (143 km)
Borders Historic Route
Choose this route for – the scenic route from the Scottish border to Edinburgh, textile heritage and family attractions.
65 miles (104 km)
Clyde Sea Lochs Trail
Choose this route for - incredible coastal destinations, scenic trails and paths, and lots of fun walking, cycling and geocaching opportunities.
38 miles (61 km)
Clyde Valley Tourist Route
Choose this route for – lush valley scenery, fascinating heritage attractions, outdoor pursuits and family days out.
108 miles (174 km)
Deeside Tourist Route
Choose this route for – views of the stunning Cairngorms National Park, castles and Royal connections.
77 miles (124 km)
Fife Coastal Route
Choose this route for – stunning coastal views, charming traditional fishing villages and rich history.
43 miles (69 km)
Forth Valley Tourist Route
Choose this route for – World Heritage Sites, feats of engineering and royal connections.
92 miles (148 km)
Galloway Tourist Route
Choose this route for – the rolling Galloway Forest Park, fun-filled activities and Robert Burns attractions.
116 miles (187 km)
Highland Tourist Route
Choose this route for – spectacular castles, the beautiful Cairngorms National Park and a captivating, and sometimes bloody history.
80 miles (128 km)
Moray Firth Route
Choose this route for – wild Highland scenery, refreshing walks and local food and drink.
500 miles (805 km)
North Coast 500
Choose this route for – 500 miles of unspoilt Highland coastline, ancient castles, watersports and glistening sandy beaches.
250 miles (402 km)
North East 250
Choose this route for - 250 miles of outstanding coastline, magnificent castles, spectacular mountain landscapes and a wealth of fascinating history to explore.
158 miles (254 km)
North and West Highlands
Choose this route for – the stunning scenery of the North West Highlands Geopark, local arts and crafts, and picture-perfect coastal walks.
43 miles (69 km)
Perthshire Tourist Route
Choose this route for – the rugged landscapes of the Sma' Glen, whisky distilleries and outdoor activities.
90 miles (144 km)
Choose this route - to explore the 90 miles of the SnowRoads, discover wild landscapes and uncover the tales and hidden treasures of this untouched area.
300 miles (482 km)
South West Coastal 300
Choose this route for - the quaint towns and villages, miles of stunning coastline, and incredible natural beauty.