Scotland is a country of incredible beauty, and featuring spectacular scenery with a great diversity of flora and fauna. Throughout This is an ideal place to go camping and enjoy nature in a unique surroundings.

So here I present a selection of the best campsites in Scotland so that you have in mind for the next trip to this wonderful country. Yes, first of all I recommend you equip yourself with the best material for camping Campz.

1. The Lazy Duck.


It is located in the village of Nethybridge, within the larger National Park across the UK. El camping, surrounded by a barrier of trees, has excellent facilities such as sunbeds, sauna, even, outdoor shower. The price is £ 10 per tent plus one person, and will have to pay 5 ₤ more for each extra person.

2. Badrallach Camping.


Is located in Dundonnell. Although camping is a fairly small, with only 12 sleeps, it has earned a place on this list thanks to its amazing location. And it is in a remote location right by the sea, simply offering a spectacular view. The price for adults is £ 5 per night.

3. Applecross Campsite.


This site located in Wester Ross has spectacular views of the Isle of Skye. Facilities found a coffee bar, playground and laundry. The price is 7-9 ₤ fee depending on the season.

4. Rothiemurchus.


The Aviemore Rothiemurchus campsite has won numerous awards. And in he can pitch your tent in the Caledonian Forest but also includes modern facilities and many activities to enjoy nature.

5. Sands Holiday Center.


Located in Gairloch, This site is one of the largest in the country, over 300 sleeps. It is next to a lovely beach and, also, has many facilities such as laundry, playground and many more. Prices are from the £ 15.


Although I do not usually spend my posts, I make an exception and dedicate it to mi hermano Omar, as anyone who enjoys going camping with his van. And that, certainly, has not come to visit me in the UK… a ver si así le voy convenciendo 😛

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