For most people, a holiday is all about what they get to see and do. Well, there is certainly lots to see and do along the Heart 200 route. It’s just a case of “where do we start telling you all about the things to see and do?”
Let’s start by describing our countryside as stunning; so whether you prefer to see the mountains from their summits, a glider, a golf course or the garden behind your holiday accommodation, there are many ways to enjoy our world-famous mountain landscapes. We can also offer you beautiful views of rivers, forests and glens. The River Tay, the Great Trossachs Forest and Glendevon are three examples just to whet your appetite.
Then there are the castles, distilleries, wildlife parks, theatres and gardens.
Looking for something more active, then how about white-water rafting, bungee jumping, rock climbing or flying along a zip-wire?
And for those who need to find somewhere to do some work whilst on holiday, there are a number of co-working spaces around the route and we can point you towards them.
This introduction is just scratching the surface. For a more detailed look at what Heart 200 has to offer in the way of visitor attractions, activity providers and access to natural features, take a look around our “See & Do” section to start building your ideal itinerary.