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From scallops to salmon, langoustine to lobster and from crab to cod, Scotland’s lochs, seas and rivers are swimming with an abundance of fresh seafood – enticing tourists and locals alike. Touring the length and breadth of Scotland with your chauffeur gives you the complete freedom to customise the tour to individual seafood preferences. Whether that’s delighting in the fresh, smoked salmon at The Luss Seafood Bar in Loch Lomond – just a short half an hour drive from Glasgow city centre, or a bespoke tour of the seafood restaurants along Route NC 500, contact us today with your ideas or let us customise an amazing experience for you.
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Tartan, the symbol of the clan, is best described by the Gaelic word breacan, meaning chequered. Tartan is synonymous with the symbol of clan kinship and each clan has their own individual version. Do you have connections to Scotland? Let us help you discover which clan you originate from and what tartan your clan associates with. Whether it’s taking you to The Clan Tartan Centre on the outskirts of Edinburgh to see a kilt being made, or transporting you to visit the Lochcarron Weavers shop in the Highlands for a truly exceptional tartan experience, let us build a custom-built itinerary especially for you.
From Selkies and Kelpies to The Loch Ness Monster, Unicorns and The legend of Sawney Bean, Scotland is rife with tales of myth and legend. Whether your chauffeur driven car takes you to Loch Coruisk to go kelpie-spotting, to Loch Ness to try your chances of capturing a glimpse of the water beast ‘Nessie’ underneath the surface of the murky loch; or to the capital city of Edinburgh for a tour of the haunted, underground vaults – let your Little’s chauffeur guide help you to discover any of Scotland’s famous myths and legends.