Though Scotland golf generally fills most
of my time on in Scotland, I have found it enjoyable to take some
time out now and then to seek out the many other
interesting things that Scotland has to offer. I
have also taken Scotland golf trips with folks who do not play.
My wife is not a golfer and, on occasion, golfing friends have companions
who do not play. For these folks it is especially important to note
the wide and wonderful variety of diversions that the visitor can
find in Scotland.
Planning Ahead for Activities that Are Beyond the Scotland Golf Courses Before you leave on your trip you might want to check out what non-golf happenings might be going on in the regions you plan to visit. To look at any of them, click their logo.
Anstruther Pleasure Trip: Visit the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth on the “May Princess” which runs trips to the Island from April to September.
Clans and Castles – This site specializes in offering tours of castles, and assistance in tracing ancestry to the ancient clans and their chiefs. Check on your roots family while you enjoy Scottish golf traditions.
Fine Spanish Wine: Our shop is currently under construction, however we sell all regions and virtually all your favourite Spanish labels of wine, ready for you to buy.
Heart O' Scotland – This site began with an interest in Scottish ancestry and the Scots' love of books. It's grown to include just about anything connected with Scotland and its culture.
Loch Ness Information – A source of a great deal of information about Loch Ness, Inverness and the surrounding area.
ScotsInformation – Offers a wide variety of information from the likes of the Scottish Golf Society covering all Scottish golf courses.
Scotsmart – A Scottish Directory of websites about Scotland, things Scottish or organizations based in Scotland.
Whiskey.com: The largest site in the world about Scotch Whisky. Here you will find extensive information about Scotch Whisky brands,distilleries, tours and a page for golf!
Scottish Culture and History The rich history and lively culture of Scotland certainly deserves exploration. In many ways, you sense that you are in a foreign country with the benefit of speaking the language.
You might find it especially rewarding to explore any of the following: