In celebration of St. Andrews Day we have put together a collection of 7 Spectacular Scottish Sunsets. If you would like to see these incredible views with your own eyes email us today. The Firth of Fourth , Fife
A thistle-specked sunset over the two bridges of the Firth of Fourth, the the background is the Fourth Bridge, which at nearly 2 miles long is is the longest bridge of it’s type in the world, with 23,000 miles of cables to support it. Fairy Glen, Isle of Skye
The Fiary Glen on The Isle of Skye at sunset
This Fairy Glen makes for some incredible sunset viewing on the Isle of Skye. The Fairy Glen is just around the corner from Tallisker DistilleryVisit Talisker, and after a sampling of Taliskers malt, you may actually see a fairy. Rattray Head Lighthouse
Rattray Head, historically Rattray Point, is a headland in Buchan, Aberdeenshire, on the north-east coast Scotland. To north lies Strathbeg Bay and Rattray Bay is to its south. The dunes at Rattray Head beach can be up to 75 feet high and stretch 17 miles from St Combs to Peterhead.
Come and find RL Stevensons Treasure Island, the first clue is at Rattray Head Lighthouse. The Borders, South of Scotland
A couple watching the sun set over the Cheviot Hills
Beauty in the borders. Loch Trool, Galloway
Sunset over Loch Trool, Glen Trool, Galloway
“When the night-air cools on the trout-ringed pools Where the otter whistles his mate”Rudyard Kipling Edinburgh
Edinburgh Castle and skyline seen from Calton Hill
Sunset across the city, from one volcano to the other. Wallace Monument, Stirling
Views of the Wallace Monument as seen from Dumyat at the western end of the main range of the Ochil hills, Clackmannanshire.
Sterling, Stirling