The North Coast 500, Scotland – Tea and the Gang

The North Coast 500, Scotland

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For today’s post we head to our neighbours, Scotland as travel photographer guapa_fede takes us around the beautiful countryside.

America has the Route 66, Scotland has the North Coast 500. Me and my husband drove along the North Coast 500 and the Isle of Skye in the middle of July.

Scotland is really one of those lands where you can find four seasons in one day, after every turn you simply don’t know what comes next in terms of weather, and you can also find sheep wandering peacefully in the middle of the road!
It’s the land of colors! This is such a great thing, because you can stare at the same scenery with many different colors. The ocean is impressive, in particular where it insinuates beneath the western fjords near Applecross: here you can see it in a “tiffany” color that becomes a very intense blue in just a few miles

The blue matches perfectly with the brilliant green of the hills, and during the sunset the sky becomes red, reflecting on the water all the nuances and the clouds’ games. If you are a petrolhead this is the perfect place for you. You can test your driving skills climbing the Applecross pass – Bealach na Ba’ –  and you can enjoy your ride for miles without meeting anyone.

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Our favourite place to drink tea is on the bench outside the lovely ‘The Tide’ b&b, staring at the marvellous show of the sunset that lasts till midnight.

A stop in the beautiful scenery of the Applecross.

Another stop on the road on the West part.

Before reaching the Dunned Head, the most northerly point of mainland Britain, there are the colorful houses of John O'Groats

ilean donan castle, is one of the most romantic castle in Scotland. It's situated where three sea lochs meet, Loch Duich, Loch Long and Loch Alsh.

Isle of Skye teas and coffees.

The North Coast 500.

On the road going towards Applecross.

Our camera, our tag and our road book from the Evo magazine.

Somewhere in the Nord.

The amazing Ceannabeinne Beach on the North West side.

The red sky from the bench outside the b&b in Dunvegan.

The stunning Kylesku Bridge.

The Tide B&B in Dunvegan.

Feature Image Caption: The stunning view from the Old Man of Storr in the Isle of Sky.

All content and photos are copyrighted and credited to guapa_fede