Campervan Hire in Scotland
Lose yourself in the magic of the majestic hills and lochs of Scotland with campervan hire. Scotland is a unique, diverse country – by hiring a campervan you can see it in a way no other holiday can show you.
Scotland offers some breathtaking sights for the campervan holidaymaker. The purple covered hills of the Highlands are truly magical: just the opportunity to drive through them and admire the spectacular views is enough reason to recommend hiring a campervan as the best way to see this part of the country. Visit Loch Ness to go in search of the fabled monster, and see the stunning colours and mysterious ghostly shapes of the Northern Lights. In the summer you can visit the Highland Games to throw a hammer or toss a caber, and all year round there is a huge ranges of activities from sailing and scuba diving to rock climbing and walking trails. Many of these places are remote, so having a campervan is a great way to be able to spend time in them without having to take long day trips from the towns outside the higher regions.
Further south there’s much more to see, and campervan hire gives you the freedom and flexibility to be able to take it all in. There’s historic Edinburgh with its distinctive architecture and the iconic Edinburgh Castle, seat of the kings of Scotland from the 12th century to 1603. The rugged hill of Arthur’s Seat towers over Holyrood Park – if you have time, leave your campervan for a day and spend it climbing this peak for fantastic views of Edinburgh and out to the Firth of Forth. But with campervan hire you don’t have to limit yourself to a particular region of Scotland: everything is within striking distance if you have your own transport, and you can see the many sides Scotland has to offer. Glasgow is a much underrated gem of Art Nouveau architecture made famous by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The area to the south of it – Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway – has some of Scotland’s most stunning craggy coastline, and several of the world’s most famous golf courses, great for a day’s excursion from your campervan.
Hiring a campervan also makes it possible to take in Scotland’s islands – some of the real highlights of the country. It’s easy to take hop between the islands by taking your campervan via ferries. Explore the castles and whiskey distilleries of Islay, Jura and Mull. Enjoy the abundant wildlife of the Isle of Skye, and get up close to red deer, foxes, otters and puffins. Discover the magical rock formations of Fingal’s Cave, a sea cave in the uninhabited island of Staffa in the Inner Hebrides.
Campervan hire is also one of the most comfortable and convenient ways to see Scotland, because you set your own pace and make up your own itinerary. You’re carrying your accommodation base with you, so there’s no hassle over booking hotels every night, which means campervan hire is also a very economical way to see Scotland.