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Top 5 Festive Driving Routes

With the festive season approaching, it’s a great time to enjoy some of the beautiful winter scenery Scotland has to offer. The only thing that can make these scenes more memorable is by experiencing it in a luxury super-car.  If you’d like to treat yourself or your loved one to a weekend with a Ferrari, Lamborghini or an Aston Martin and experience some of Scotland’s most breath-taking sights, just give us a call and see how we can help make this dream come true.

We’ve put together some of our favourite festive driving routes that we think any car enthusiast should experience this Christmas:

1.North and West Highlands Route

Begin at Ullapool and finish at John o’ Groats, at the most northern point of the British mainland. Experience the rugged coastlines, the whitest sandy beaches and the highest cliffs. Visit Knockan Crag, Cocoa Mountain or the ruins of Calda House and Ardvreck Castle. Length: 158 miles

2. Highland Tourist Route

Start on the East coast in Aberdeen and travel through the Scottish Highlands to Inverness. Take your time and marvel at the studding mountains and wildlife in the Cairngorms National Park. Why not make it a weekend trip so you can have a dram or two at the Glenlivet Distillery? Length: 116 miles

3. Forth Valley Tourist Route

Why not take a day trip and drive from Edinburgh to Stirling? Start in the capital and experience the rippling hills and glorious farmland. You could stop to check out attractions such as The Kelpies, the Forth Bridges and the Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre. Length: 43 miles.

4. Fife Coastal Route

Visit the Kingdom, starting in Kincardine and finishing your journey in Newport on Tay. Take a closer look at the impressive Forth Road Bridges and stop in a few of the picturesque fishing villages for fish and chips. Take a walk along West Sands beach in St Andrews and visit the famous Old Course Golf Course. Length: 77 miles

5. Deeside Tourist Route

Take a drive on Britain’s highest main road from Perth to Aberdeen. Witness the awe-inspiring Cairngorms and take in views of the green landscapes of Royal Deeside. You could stop on the way for a festive skiing experience at the Glenshee Ski Centre. Length: 108 miles

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