Hidden Scotland is an independent travel magazine that comes from Scotland and is dedicated to this wonderful land and its surroundings, with the aim of inspiring travelers and inhabitants of Scotland to go out and consciously explore "one of the most beautiful that our planet has to offer ".
The editors of Hidden Scotland want to demonstrate that sustainable travel gives back something to communities and offers the traveler an authentic experience: "now more than ever people want to go home from a journey feeling enlightened and transformed".
There is a lot of nature in the new issue of Hidden Scotland: from the puffin that greets us from the cover of the issue to the story on wild foraging, from the Scottish wild cat to diving into nature you can give your wild side a little freedom and increase your well-being.
There is also a more "classic" part that leads us to discover the lesser known coasts of Scotland, castles and even tree houses. And again, we visit the malt and whiskey distilleries, but also the artisans who work the wool following traditional techniques.
There is also folklore, recipes and a mini guide to the most remote structures in Scotland.
Roads Less Traveled with Cameron Mcneish
Discovery Roundup: Beaches of Scotland
Meditating on Nature: Argyll's Secret Coast
Made With Love, From Scotland
Scotland's Wildcat: The Highland Tiger
Folklore, Myths & Legends: The Stoor Worm
Shetland Textiles with Misa Hay: The Future Is Woolly
People Of Scotland: Interview with Jamieson's of Shetland
Discovering The Nooks & Crannies of Glasgow
Scots Dictionary Corner
Behind The Lens With Douglas Corrance
The Unmissable Castles of Argyll
Remote Retreats: Escape to a Hame Away From Hame
Foraging For Wild Food with Leanne Townsend
The Story Of Speyside with Christopher Coates
Wild Swimming with Anna Deacon
Savoring Scottish Puffindom with Kenny Taylor
Profile On Flora Shedden's Highland Bakery, Aran
Aran Shortbread Recipe
Traveler's Tales To Fair Isle: Far Out, Yet Still So Close