Who will win the title of ‘Scotland’s Most Beautiful Town or Village’

History and heritage embody the beautiful country of Scotland. Notorious for its ancient cities and municipalities, brownstone buildings, tartan and bagpipes. But it’s not just the well-known locations such as Edinburgh, the iconic Inverness and the usual Scottish stereotypes that you should explore and indulge in when visiting Caledonia. Scotland is home to over 7000 charming, picturesque and historic towns and villages that each have their own individualities and offerings which make them so special in their own rights. Coastline communities with cute harbours, small villages tucked at the foot of crags, towns enclosed by lush fauna and flora, Scotland has everything to offer.

Everyone has a town or village that has a special place in their hearts, each with a valid reason why it’s the best, so now is the time to crown the most beautiful. Hidden Scotland has announced the 2018 ‘Scotlands Most Beautiful Town or Village’ competition – the contest aims to find the most charming and picturesque place in the country. There are 35 finalists and the winner will be announced on 10th August.

Each finalist in the running for the title each has its own unique character which makes it stand out from the rest. Whether you vote for Portree for its pretty harbour with colourfully painted houses along the port or Tobermory with its inviting pubs and sheltered waterfront, or even Pitlochry for its plentiful Salmon leaping in The Tummel and popular distillery sites, there’s sure to be a picturesque town or village that gets your vote. Will the Victorian seaside town of Oban with its fresh array of seafood gets your vote or maybe the 16th centenary fishing village of Stonehaven will capture your heart?

In the running are Millport, Oban, Fort Augustus, Findhorn, Anstruther, Stonehaven, Pittenweem, Crieff, Melrose, Kelso, Kirkcudbright, St Monans, Rosemarkie, Ballatar, Pennan, Braemar, Applecross, Torridon, Killin, Cromarty, Portree, Plockton, Tobermory, Lanark, Forres, Crovie, Stromness, Portnahaven, Crail, Luss, Dunkeld, Broughty Ferry, Peebles, Comrie and Pitlochry.

Whether you want to support your town that made it to the final shortlist or you’ve fallen in love with a village on your travels, show your support and vote here today!

You can vote by visiting  https://hiddenscotland.co/scotlands-most-beautiful-town/

Run by Hidden Scotland

Since launching in 2015, Hidden Scotland has developed over the last few years to become a source of inspiration and information on the very best places to visit while in Scotland. Hidden Scotland began by inspiring the inner adventurer in all of us through amazing imagery from some of Scotland’s finest photographers via social media. After building a loyal following of people who are inspired by this incredible country, Hidden Scotland now offers carefully curated itineraries to suit explorers of every age and ability.

Quote from Jack Cairney – Founder Hidden Scotland

“I’m excited to start our search for Scotland’s Most Beautiful Town or Village, our audience have picked some of the most charming and picturesque places you can visit in Scotland and it’s a delight to be able to showcase some of these places.

Additional Facts

Hidden Scotland has over 70k Instagram Followers

Winner announced on the 10th August 2018

Town or Village with the most votes wins the accolade of being Scotland Most Beautiful Town

Notes to Editors

The finalists were picked by Hidden Scotland followers who put forward the towns via social media Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. The winner will be the town or village who receives the most votes.

To find out more about the Hidden Scotland Competition contact us by:

Email: jack@hiddenscotland.co

 

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