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Aberfeldy
Aberfeldy is a small town built on the south side of the River Tay which is the United Kingdom’s longest river. The name Aberfeldy is derived from Abair Pheallaig ( from the mouth of the Pheallaig Burn) History The war of the Jacobites took place between 1715 and 1745 and the military roads of General Wade reached the area, and a bridge was designed and built by William Adam and opened in 1733 to cross the River Tay named Wades Bridge. Industry ranged from cotton weaving, milling in the late 1800s to the most recent distilling of whisky which started in the early 1900s and the only distillery now left in the town, is now home to Dewars World of Whisky which is open to visitors.
Aberfeldy
Aberfeldy is a small town built on the south side of the River Tay which is the United Kingdom’s longest river. The name Aberfeldy is derived from Abair Pheallaig ( from the mouth of the Pheallaig Burn) History The war of the Jacobites took place between 1715 and 1745 and the military roads of General Wade reached the area, and a bridge was designed and built by William Adam and opened in 1733 to cross the River Tay named Wades Bridge. Industry ranged from cotton weaving, milling in the late 1800s to the most recent distilling of whisky which started in the early 1900s and the only distillery now left in the town, is now home to Dewars World of Whisky which is open to visitors.
Almondbank
Almondbank is a large village, it has a shop post office, pub, garage, and small industrial estate. The River Almond runs past the rural town with the neighbouring town of Methven. Close by are the attached settlements of Lochty, Pitcairngreen with Ruthvenfield and Huntingtower closer to becoming part of Perth as the Fair City expands out to the rural community.
Almondbank
Almondbank is a large village, it has a shop post office, pub, garage, and small industrial estate. The River Almond runs past the rural town with the neighbouring town of Methven. Close by are the attached settlements of Lochty, Pitcairngreen with Ruthvenfield and Huntingtower closer to becoming part of Perth as the Fair City expands out to the rural community.
Auchterarder
Auchterarder The Lang Toon as it is called because the High Street is 2.5km long. The town is in close proximity to the renowned 5* Gleneagles Hotel, which sits in 850 acres of beautiful scenery. The hotel has three championship golf courses.
Auchterarder
Auchterarder The Lang Toon as it is called because the High Street is 2.5km long. The town is in close proximity to the renowned 5* Gleneagles Hotel, which sits in 850 acres of beautiful scenery. The hotel has three championship golf courses.
Blairgowrie & Rattray
Blairgowrie and Rattray is a twin burgh in Perthshire. The locals call this Blair. Blairgowrie lies on the south-west side of the River Ericht and Rattray lies on the north-east side of the River Ericht. The town’s main feature is the Wellmeadow, a grassy triangle in the middle of the town. The town sits in the heart of the soft fruit growing area.
Blairgowrie & Rattray
Blairgowrie and Rattray is a twin burgh in Perthshire. The locals call this Blair. Blairgowrie lies on the south-west side of the River Ericht and Rattray lies on the north-east side of the River Ericht. The town’s main feature is the Wellmeadow, a grassy triangle in the middle of the town. The town sits in the heart of the soft fruit growing area.
Broughty Ferry
Broughty Ferry was a prosperous whaling and fishing village which developed into the home of the jute barons who had their factories in Dundee. A suburb on the eastern side of Dundee, has many listed buildings and scenic views of the Silver Tay with a modernisation in the High Street.
Broughty Ferry
Broughty Ferry was a prosperous whaling and fishing village which developed into the home of the jute barons who had their factories in Dundee. A suburb on the eastern side of Dundee, has many listed buildings and scenic views of the Silver Tay with a modernisation in the High Street.
Carnoustie
Carnoustie is positioned on the North Sea coast. Its growth was due to the textile industry and is best known for its major Golf Tournament Course. The city closest is Dundee with a good rail and road link. Farming and Agriculture play a big role in the town development today with surrounding land supplying fruit and vegetables to major supermarkets.
Carnoustie
Carnoustie is positioned on the North Sea coast. Its growth was due to the textile industry and is best known for its major Golf Tournament Course. The city closest is Dundee with a good rail and road link. Farming and Agriculture play a big role in the town development today with surrounding land supplying fruit and vegetables to major supermarkets.
Crieff
Crieff is between Perth and Crianlarich. A tourist hub due to its Golfing and Whisky industry, 18 miles from Perth, 56 from Glasgow, 62 from Edinburgh and 10.5 from Gleneagles.
Crieff
Crieff is between Perth and Crianlarich. A tourist hub due to its Golfing and Whisky industry, 18 miles from Perth, 56 from Glasgow, 62 from Edinburgh and 10.5 from Gleneagles.
Cupar Fife
Cupar lies between Dundee and Glenrothes, the town is believed to have grown around the Cupar Castle site which was a market town for sheep and cattle. The Sheriff Court and County Building, is a main feature in the towns landscape.
Cupar Fife
Cupar lies between Dundee and Glenrothes, the town is believed to have grown around the Cupar Castle site which was a market town for sheep and cattle. The Sheriff Court and County Building, is a main feature in the towns landscape.
Dundee
Dundee is Scotland’s fourth largest city and a leader throughout the industrial revolution thanks to Jute, Jam and Journalism. Outstanding views over the city from the volcanic Law Hill stands proud over Dundee with the rail and road bridge cutting through the Tay to Fife.
Dundee
Dundee is Scotland’s fourth largest city and a leader throughout the industrial revolution thanks to Jute, Jam and Journalism. Outstanding views over the city from the volcanic Law Hill stands proud over Dundee with the rail and road bridge cutting through the Tay to Fife.
Dunkeld and Birnam
Dunkeld is a small town in Strathtay about 15 miles north of Perth on the opposite side of the Tay is the Victorian village of Birnam. These towns share a railway station on the Highland mainline which is the gateway to the North.
Dunkeld and Birnam
Dunkeld is a small town in Strathtay about 15 miles north of Perth on the opposite side of the Tay is the Victorian village of Birnam. These towns share a railway station on the Highland mainline which is the gateway to the North.
Invergowrie
Invergowrie is located on the north west bank of the Firth of Tay although formerly part of the Dundee it is now located within Perth and Kinross.
Invergowrie
Invergowrie is located on the north west bank of the Firth of Tay although formerly part of the Dundee it is now located within Perth and Kinross.
Monifeith
Monifieth is situated on the First of Tay. It has expanded to a large town in Angus, closely neighbouring Broughty Ferry and Arbroath. There are many local amenities near by, from shops to schools. With strong road and rail links public transport is accessible and is connected to the larger city, Dundee. Sandy Dunes and beaches lead to Barry Buddon with luxurious gold courses which are famous with neighbouring Carnoustie near by.
Monifeith
Monifieth is situated on the First of Tay. It has expanded to a large town in Angus, closely neighbouring Broughty Ferry and Arbroath. There are many local amenities near by, from shops to schools. With strong road and rail links public transport is accessible and is connected to the larger city, Dundee. Sandy Dunes and beaches lead to Barry Buddon with luxurious gold courses which are famous with neighbouring Carnoustie near by.
Perth
Perth is situated on the banks of the River Tay which flows through the heart of the city. Perth is known as the fair city with Perth and Kinross Head Offices and Court County Buildings prominent in the land and sky scrape. A previous capital of Scotland, was made a city again in 2012 by the queen as part of her diamond jubilee.
Perth
Perth is situated on the banks of the River Tay which flows through the heart of the city. Perth is known as the fair city with Perth and Kinross Head Offices and Court County Buildings prominent in the land and sky scrape. A previous capital of Scotland, was made a city again in 2012 by the queen as part of her diamond jubilee.
Pitlochry
Pitlochry is situated on the River Tummel which has developed into a tourist resort, which is known as the centre of hill walking.
Pitlochry
Pitlochry is situated on the River Tummel which has developed into a tourist resort, which is known as the centre of hill walking.
St Andrews
A small town in North East Fife, a place of history and culture and the home of Golf. A diverse town with many activities to offer for young and old. A quaint fishing town that transforms into a golfing paradise.
St Andrews
A small town in North East Fife, a place of history and culture and the home of Golf. A diverse town with many activities to offer for young and old. A quaint fishing town that transforms into a golfing paradise.
Laurencekirk
A small town in Aberdeenshire, just off the A90 Dundee to Aberdeen main road.
Laurencekirk
A small town in Aberdeenshire, just off the A90 Dundee to Aberdeen main road.
Aberdeen
Aberdeen is Scotland's third most populous city.It is also known as the Granite City.
Aberdeen
Aberdeen is Scotland's third most populous city.It is also known as the Granite City.
Kinlochard
Kinlochard is a beautiful village in Stirlingshire. It lies at the western end of Loch Ard and the name means "head of the loch"
Kinlochard
Kinlochard is a beautiful village in Stirlingshire. It lies at the western end of Loch Ard and the name means "head of the loch"
Errol
Errol is a village in Perth & Kinross, about half way between Perth and Dundee.
Errol
Errol is a village in Perth & Kinross, about half way between Perth and Dundee.
Bankfoot
Bankfoot is a small village in Perthshire. Approximately 8 miles north from Perth and 7 miles south from Dunkeld.
Bankfoot
Bankfoot is a small village in Perthshire. Approximately 8 miles north from Perth and 7 miles south from Dunkeld.
Meikleour
Meikleour is a village in Perthshire. Approximately twelve miles north of Perth and four miles south of Blairgowrie.
Meikleour
Meikleour is a village in Perthshire. Approximately twelve miles north of Perth and four miles south of Blairgowrie.
Monikie
Monikie is a village in Angus, north east of Dundee, and which it takes its name from the civil parish of Monikie.
Monikie
Monikie is a village in Angus, north east of Dundee, and which it takes its name from the civil parish of Monikie.
Stanley
Stanley is a village on the right bank of the River Tay. The village was named after Lady Amelia Stanley the daughter of James Stanley. 7th Earl of Derby.
Stanley
Stanley is a village on the right bank of the River Tay. The village was named after Lady Amelia Stanley the daughter of James Stanley. 7th Earl of Derby.
Longforgan
Longforgan is a village in the Carse of Gowrie in Perth and Kinross
Longforgan
Longforgan is a village in the Carse of Gowrie in Perth and Kinross
Murthly
Murthly is a village in Perth & Kinross. It is located on the south bank of the River Tay.
Murthly
Murthly is a village in Perth & Kinross. It is located on the south bank of the River Tay.
Alyth
Alyth is a village in Perth & Kinross, situated under the Hill of Alyth five miles north east of Blairgowrie.
Alyth
Alyth is a village in Perth & Kinross, situated under the Hill of Alyth five miles north east of Blairgowrie.
Duntrune
Duntrune is a small village close to Dundee.
Duntrune
Duntrune is a small village close to Dundee.
Methven
Methven is a large village in Perth & Kinross on the A85 road due west of Perth.
Methven
Methven is a large village in Perth & Kinross on the A85 road due west of Perth.
Killin
Killin is a village situated at the western head of Loch Tay in Stirlingshire.
Killin
Killin is a village situated at the western head of Loch Tay in Stirlingshire.
Torrevieja, Costa Blanca
The Development has been designed to take the most of both its urban and private scales.
Murcia
Murcia is a university city in southeastern Spain and the capital of the region of Murcia. Plaza Cardinal Belluga is the city’s architectural showpiece, where the ornate cathedral, with its mash-up of styles from Gothic to baroque, and the colorful 18th-century Palacio Episcopal stand in striking contrast to the modern 1990s ayuntamiento (city hall) annex by architect Rafael Moneo.
El Algar
El Algar is a small typical Spanish town and is to be found at the southern end of the Mar Menor. It has all the amenities and is only 5 minutes from the sandy beaches. The famous La Manga golf club is around 10 minutes drive away and the airport at San Javier is 20 minutes away. El Algar is very close to the city of Cartagena and the city of Murcia can be reached by the A30 motorway in around 30 minutes. There are many golf courses in the area including Serena Golf and Mar Menor Golf. As well as golf, other activites include horse riding, water sports tennis etc.
Torre de la Horadada
Torre de la Horadada is a Spanish town located on the Mediterranean Sea with an estimated population of 2.676 inhabitants.
Orihuela Costa
Orihuela (Spanish pronunciation: [oriˈwela], Valencian: Oriola [oɾiˈɔla])[2] is a city and municipality located at the feet of the Sierra de Orihuela mountains in the province of Alicante, Spain. The city of Orihuela had a population of 33,943 inhabitants at the beginning of 2013. The municipality has a total area of 367.19 km², and stretches all the way down to the Mediterranean coast, west of Torrevieja, and had a total population of 92,000 inhabitants at the beginning of 2013. This includes not only the city of Orihuela, but also the coastal tourist centre (urbanización turística) of Dehesa de Campoamor with 33,277 inhabitants (2013) and a few other villages.[1] The river Segura flows through Orihuela. The city was settled by Romans who called it Orcelis and subsequently Aurariola.
Campoamor
Campoamor is an excellent location for people who want to appreciate an element of real Spanish culture. The stunning scenery, green woodland and beautiful beaches make Campoamor one of the most popular areas on the Costa Blanca.
Vega Baja del Segura
Vega Baja del Segura (Valencian: Baix Segura) is a comarca in the province of Alicante, Valencian Community, Spain.
Roda
Costa Calida means the warm coast, and is approximately a 250km stretch of Mediterranean coastline of the Spanish province.
San Pedro del Pinatar
San Pedro del Pinatar is a small town and municipality in the autonomous community and province of Murcia, southeastern Spain. The municipality is situated at the northern end of Murcia's Mediterranean coastline, the Costa Cálida, and borders with the province of Alicante. It has an area of almost 22 km², and a population of 23,738.
Blair Atholl
Blair Atholl is a small town in Perthshire, Scotland, built about the confluence of the Rivers Tilt and Garry in one of the few areas of flat land in the midst of the Grampian Mountains.
Blair Atholl
Blair Atholl is a small town in Perthshire, Scotland, built about the confluence of the Rivers Tilt and Garry in one of the few areas of flat land in the midst of the Grampian Mountains.
Forfar
Forfar is a market town in Angus
Forfar
Forfar is a market town in Angus
Newburgh
Newburgh is a royal burgh and parish of Fife, Scotland, having a population of 2,040. Newburgh has grown little since 1901 when the population was counted at 1904 persons. It is situated on the Firth of Tay.
Newburgh
Newburgh is a royal burgh and parish of Fife, Scotland, having a population of 2,040. Newburgh has grown little since 1901 when the population was counted at 1904 persons. It is situated on the Firth of Tay.
Kilconquhar Fife
Kilconquhar is a small village in the East Neuk of Fife
Kilconquhar Fife
Kilconquhar is a small village in the East Neuk of Fife
Spittalfield
Spittalfield is a small village in Perthshire approx 6 miles from Dunkeld.
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