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Perthshire, Angus & Dundee

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.

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Map of Perthshire, Angus & Dundee

Wildlife of Perthshire & Angus »

From the Loch Rannoch pinewoods of Perthshire to the wintering geese of Angus, there is plenty of wildlife interest. Check out Ben Lawers for spectacular alpine plants.

© Copyright Pitlochry Golf Course Best Golf Courses »

With superb links courses as well as a wealth of heathland and parkland venues, Perthshire & Angus offers some of the best golf in Britain.

Branklyn Gardens © Copyright National Trust for Scotland Gardens of Perthshire & Angus

From the symmetry of Drummond Castle Gardens to the informality of Branklyn, and the herbaceous borders of the House of Pitmuies, there’s a garden for everyone here.

Gardens in Perthshire, Angus & Dundee

Blair Castle © Copyright David Hayes Big Tree Country

Perthshire is ‘Big Tree Country’ - with the tallest tree in Britain at The Hermitage near Dunkeld, plus several other giants in Diana’s Grove at Blair Castle. Britain’s tallest hedge and oldest tree are at Meikleour and Fortingall.

Big Tree Country

© Copyright Scottish Crannog Centre Houses on Stilts

Loch Tay was once a centre of Scottish crannog building. These prehistoric round houses were built out from the shore on oak piles driven down into the loch bed. You can visit a reconstructed crannog at Kenmore, Perthshire.

The Scottish Crannog Centre