A journey across Scotland’s mythological landscape

To visit Scotland is to travel back into a world of myths and legends; to explore ruined castles, beguiling caves and unearthly creatures; to discover folklores that define a place and a people. Here are just a few of the fascinating sites worth visiting for a taste of adventure…

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Courtesy of Loch Ness Lodge & Spa

To visit Scotland is to travel back into a world of myths and legends; to explore ruined castles, beguiling caves and unearthly creatures; to discover folklores that define a place and a people. Here are just a few of the

Scotland’s Mythological Sites

  • The ‘Fortress of Shadows’: Dunscaith Castle, Isle of Skye
  • The Kelpie’s Passage: Corryvreckan Whirlpool, Outer Hebrides
  • The Loch Ness Monster’s Lair
  • The Shetland Selkie, Shetland Islands
  • Fingal’s Cave: Isle of Staffa, Inner Hebrides

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