Lanarkshire Certificated Locations

Boasting two World Heritage Sites, amazing landscapes and delicious food, Lanarkshire could be your next holiday destination.

A former 18th century cotton spinning mill village, the New Lanark UNESCO World Heritage Site gives visitors an insight into the area’s industrial heritage. It’s also surrounded by a national nature reserve, with plenty of beautiful green space to explore.

The second UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Antonine Wall, was constructed in the AD 140s to be part of the north-western frontier of the Roman Empire. It offers a glimpse into the region’s past, and there are plenty of walking trails to take on.

Don’t miss out on the local grub either, as the area has plenty of independent restaurants to choose from.