These deep tranquil glens are home to many of Scotland's native plants, animals and birds, including ptarmigan, hare, eagle, falcon, grouse and buzzards.
Angus Glens
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Scenic Tour section.

Queens-View is situated at the very edge of the Highlands. Looking down Loch Tummel your views stretch virtually to the west coast and the mountains in Glencoe.
Queen's View, Loch Tummel
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Queens-View is situated at the very edge of the Highlands. Looking down Loch Tummel your views stretch virtually to the west coast and the mountains in Glencoe.
Scottish Blackface Rams
The hardiest of the Scottish breeds, seen most commonly in mountainous areas.

 

Welcome to Calluna Tours unique range of personalised Tours exploring the natural beauty and historic sites of Scotland

Calluna is the Latin name for Scottish heather, which flowers from late July to September and covers many of our mountains, making them look as if they have been painted pink and purple – the background colours for our website.

Touring historic Scotland? See the wonderful scenery of this historic land of Castles, Palaces, gardens, Lochs and the purple heather of the Highlands. Try a dram or two at one of the many old whisky distilleries, or visit a Highland Games for some unique entertainment.

Then there are the romantic West Coast islands of Skye and Mull with their dramatic glens, rugged mountain scenery and spectacular coastlines, and the tiny island of Iona, with its ancient Abbey, from where Christianity was introduced to Scotland in the 5th century.

Throughout the spring, autumn and summer the wildflowers found throughout Scotland are truly wonderful. Your driver/guide has expert knowledge of these as well trees and shrubs, both wild and those found in gardens.

You can see and enjoy all these tours with Calluna personalised tours.

Calluna Tours operate from the St Andrews area and tour all parts of Scotland.

Our service is friendly, well informed, flexible over start/finish times and gives you real freedom for sightseeing and photographic opportunities. And, as you can see, we offer a superb range of tours.

Our small group tours cater for a maximum of five and six for half day tours by prior arrangement at no extra cost.

Requests

If you do not find the tour you are looking for, just send us outline details of your requirements and we will be pleased to prepare a no obligation itinerary for you.



The wonderful skyline of Edinburgh, with, on the far left the ancient castle, atop its now dormant volcanic plug and in the centre the tower of the famous landmark Balmoral Hotel.
Edinburgh
The historic capital of Scotland, also known as "The Athens of the North", see near right, Dugald Stewart Memorial.

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Glenfinnan
The stunning view down Loch Shiel, a testament to Scotland's unique scenery, where Bonny Prince Charlie raised his standard in 1745 at the start of his campaign to take the English throne.
If you travel 'The Road to the Isles' from Fort William, which leads to the ferry for the Isle of Skye, you arrive at Glenfinnan, which looks down the glorious Loch Shiel.
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