We ask our holiday home owners for their tips on hidden gems, local walks, lesser-known attractions and magical views. This board is an example of the kind of tips they share.
The Bullers of Buchan, a collapsed sea cave home to a seabird colony. Just north of Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire
Cormonachan Falls, near Rhumhor Holiday Lodge
Running from Duthie Park in Aberdeen out to Banchory, the Deeside Way is a wonderful walking trail along the old railway line.
The Jubilee Path from Kippford to Rockcliffe on the Colvend Coast is a wonderful, scenic walk. Make sure you take the short detour up the Mark of Mote for lovely coastal views - Dumfries and Galloway
The Raider's Road Forest Drive is a fantastic detour through the Galloway Forest Park, with beautiful views - Dumfries and Galloway
Falls of Bruar in Perthshire - a lovely woodland walk to picturesque falls. You can also continue on for a longer walk.
The lonely ruins of Auchindoun Castle near Dufftown
Church ruins near Lumsden, Aberdeenshire
A secluded bay near Pennan on the Banffshire Coast - an idyllic picnic spot
Linn Falls, behind the town of Aberlour in Speyside - a lovely woodland walk
The Drumbeg Road, north of Lochinver in the Highlands, is a spectacularly scenic drive with views of mountain and coastline - the winding, single track road is not for the faint-hearted!
Clachtoll Beach - a stunning white sand beach just off the Drumbeg Road in the North West Highlands
The ruins of Ardvrek Castle on the edge of Loch Assynt beside the A837 - Highlands
Church ruins, just outside the village of Lumsden in Aberdeenshire