Scottish caravan and motorhome tours

Historical stone bridge in Dorie, Scotland, surrounded by fieldsPlan your own Scottish getaway with the help from your fellow members.

Scotland is famed for its dramatic landscapes, hearty food, vibrant city culture and rich heritage; as well as its world-famous whisky.

Based on your discussions on our online community forum, Club Together, here are some Scottish tour suggestions. Visit the must-see destinations and discover the true spirit of Scotland - stopping off at some of our favourite campsites in Scotland along the way.

Whether you're looking for a relaxing break by a loch or want to get out there and explore Scotland's most popular attractions, these tours really do offer something for everyone.

North Coast 500

North Coast 500

6 sites, 10 nights minimum

North Coast 500 Scottish Tour Route Map

Often described as ‘Scotland’s Route 66’ the North Coast 500, the 500-mile round trip hugs the coastline of Easter Ross, Sutherland, Caithness and Wester Ross, taking in the incredible scenery along the way. This tour stops by a number of our Club sites and CLs.

Top tip: Best time to travel is in April, early May and mid-September. 

A golfer's dream

A golfer’s dream

4 sites, 10 nights minimum

Scotland Golfer's Dream tour route map

Visit historic castles, sample the finest scotch malt whisky, experience all that the city of Aberdeen has to offer and relax at the incredibly scenic Forfar Lochside Country Park.

Nature and historic Scotland

Nature and historic Scotland

7 sites, 28 nights minimum

Nature & History tour route mapTake a boat trip across to the beautiful Isle of Mull, see wild dolphins glide through the water, stroll around stately homes and gardens, or watch the Highland Games during the summer, while taking in some of Scotland's resplendent west coast during your tour.

Adventure in Scotland

Adventure in Scotland

5 sites, 7 nights minimum

Adventure in Scotland caravan and motorhome tour

Admire the spectacular coastal views at Bamburgh Castle, explore Scotland's cosmopolitan capital city and delve into Scotland's past at the Mary Queen of Scots Visitor Centre.

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