Looking for some things to do on a driving tour of Scotland? Scotland's beauty makes it the perfect destination for a driving holiday. Instead of spending hours stuck on the motorway, you can meander around at a relaxed pace, gazing at the gorgeous scenery. Driving at a relaxed pace, you can stop off wherever you fancy. There's no hurry! But the country has even more to offer than its stunning looks, so if you do enjoy a more active holiday then add these things to do on a driving tour of Scotland to your list.
1. Isle of Skye
Skye is easily reached by car, via a bridge or ferry (you can also pick up a hire car on the island). Once you're there, head for Glenbrittle, where you'll find stunning pools and waterfalls, including an underwater arch. If you're feeling energetic, there are also wonderful walks around the island. Skye offers a wide range of activities, including boat trips (where you might spot some whales), climbing, and kayaking - it's enough to keep even the most active visitor happy and that's why it tops my list of things to do on a driving tour of Scotland.