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Castle Stuart in Inverness. Castle Stuart is a restored tower house on the banks of the Moray Firth, about 6.5 miles northeast of Inverness. The land the castle was built on was granted to James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray by his half-sister, Mary, Queen of Scots, following her return to Scotland in 1561.

Castle Stuart in Inverness. Castle Stuart is a restored tower house on the banks of the Moray Firth, about miles northeast of Inverness.

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Mini Castle In a Lake Sintra Portugal. Obviously, a castle does not have to be huge to have that "WOW" factor! I LOVE the way this place looks, and I wouldn't mind spending some time there. I might want a small boat, though.

<b>Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas...</b> Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn

It might look like a CGI set from Game of Thrones, but this is actually Dunnottar Castle, a ruined medieval fortress on a well-defended headland near Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire. Its Scottish Gaelic name is Dùn Fhoithear, or “fort on the shelving slope”.

<b>Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas...</b> Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn

The white sands and turquoise sea of the Luskentyre peninsula is situated on the spectacular west coast of South Harris in the Outer Hebrides. This image was taken by Scottish photographer Tim Winterburn.

<b>Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas...</b> Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn

Although the Northern Lights do put on some of their most spectacular displays over Scandinavia, the aurora is also visible in northern parts of the Scottish mainland as well as Shetland and Orkney, where the lights are known as the “merry dancers”.

<b>Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas...</b> Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn

SCOTLAND - This is the Shore in Leith. Leith used to be a separate town but was merged with Edinburgh in even though Leithers voted to against the union. These days, it’s usually referred to as Edinburgh’s port.

<b>Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas...</b> Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn

// Puck’s Glen, near Dunoon, in the west of Scotland. The tumbling, rocky burn that runs through the glen is criss-crossed by pretty wooden bridges, giving it a Lord of the Rings-style charm