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19 Beautiful Places In Scotland That Give People All The Feels

"Ardnamurchan for sure: It makes you feel like the only living person on Earth."

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5. Newhaven harbour, Edinburgh. / Creative Commons

"When I was a kid, we moved around a lot. My granny lived in Newhaven and it was the one unchanging place in my life. When I go there now, all the stresses of grownup life wash away and I’m a kid playing by the lighthouse without a care." – hulamoo

7. Fingal's Cave, Isle of Staffa.

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"My favourite place I’ve visited in Scotland is definitely Fingal’s Cave. It was wonderful and terrifying to walk along the "path" near the top and there are cute puffins nearby to fawn at." – chiarao4c8a8c210


10. Castle Tioram, Lochaber.

"The Castle of Tioram is incredible and a must-see for any history buff. If you do want to go, be wary that it can only be accessed during low tides on foot, by boat, or via a sandy causeway." – Nic Wright (Facebook)


12. Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire.

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"I grew up there and there’s nothing like it for me. It holds a lot of memories and seeing my younger siblings enjoying the same things I did when I was younger makes me happy. Whenever I visit I feel like I’m home again." – allanahjayp

13. Golspie beach, Dornoch, Highland.

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"I spent a load of summers up there with my best mate and honestly I could spend hours there. I would go sit on the edge of the pier and stare out at some of the most calm and beautiful water and watch the sun set. It's amazing." – Kitty Reid (Facebook)