East of Scotland
From the Cairngorm Mountains, the land slopes gradually from east to north to a coastal plain with a beautiful coastline. Beyond the mountains lies the undulating Grampian region, dominated by heather moors and forests, river valleys and fertile farmland.
At the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, this valley of the River Spey with its ancient pinewoods, boasts some of Scotland’s finest attractions and a great range of outdoor activities.
With wild glens stretching deep into the hills and attractive farmland, Perthshire, Angus & Dundee is well known for its historic towns and cities, superb castles, excellent angling and famous golf courses.
Quintessential east-side Lowland Scotland, the further east you travel, the more rural Fife becomes, with its rolling hills and barley fields, small villages and well-manicured golf courses.