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All of the car hire desks can be found in the terminal building.
There are no duty free stores available at Inverness Airport, but you can still pick up a selection of highland goodies from the regular shops, such as a tartan scarf and cuddly cow. Who doesn’t like one of those?
There is a cash machine available in the arrivals hall.
If you’re feeling a wee bit peckish before your flight, call in to the D’Lish Restaurant for some delicious homemade cakes and pastries.
If you’re one of those people who won’t share their chips (and we’re not judging) then keep them under wraps until you’re safely indoors. The seagulls of Inverness will commit brazen daylight robbery and their assaults on unsuspecting midday munchers are legendary. You have been warned.
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This is one of the most famous sites in Britain, known for its myths and legends which write that it is home to the infamous Loch Ness monster, or is it? Take your camera and some binoculars. If you tire of looking for it, you can always go hiking, fishing, or maybe even into the Loch for a swim. Remember to take your swimming clothes and watch out for big underwater monsters.
Scotland is a nation of people who, despite any personal differences are proud of the country’s rich history and the Culloden site is no exception. This place marks the very last battle between the English and the Scots, and is famed for being one of the shortest, but most brutal battles in the country’s history. The site is now an education and memorial centre dedicated to those who fought and died here.
If you’d like to swap road maps for books, then you cannot choose a finer place to do it than Leakey’s. Located in an old church and complete with a cafe and a real fire, this is the sort of place where you just relax and really feel like you’re on holiday. Sadly, they don’t do accommodation and when the bookshop closes, you have to leave.
Head out onto the Moray Firth from Inverness Marina with Phoenix Boat Trips. You could see porpoises, seals and basking sharks, but most likely schools of bottlenose dolphins that inhabit the area. Tours generally last an hour, but private charters can be booked in advance.
There is a free car park at the marina entrance.
This is a quirky place for music lovers which, although small, recently trounced the more established arts and cultural venues in the larger cities to win the title of 'Most Unusual Venue in Scotland’ award. Here, you can shoot clay pigeons, record your own album or go to a gig.
You can park your rental car onsite at the Bogbain Farm.
Fantastic river views, service, wines, and most importantly, really fantastic food. River House prides itself on sourcing and producing local, seasonal flavours. This is the ideal place to celebrate a special occasion, or treat yourselves. Well, you are on holiday.
Free parking is available outside
This little strip of land which extends into the Moray Firth offers those without sea legs a chance to see dolphins from the shore. But if flipper’s not your thing, call into the Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club, one of few in the UK with such spectacular sea, mountain and sunset views.
Free parking is available at the Point and the golf course.
For some time off the beaten track, strap your boots on and go for a walk through a forest of Douglas fir to the 40 metre high Plodda waterfalls. If you’re worn out from the walk and can brave the cold, dip your toes in for a little refreshment.
Follow signs from Tomich to the Plodda Falls. At the edge of the forest, there is a car park but you will need to pay, so carry some change.
Ben Nevis is the tallest mountain in the British Isles and the drive there along the shores of Loch Ness is stunning. Take sunglasses, a camera, money for lunch in Fort William on the way, and a song or yodel if you know any.
From Inverness follow the A82 all the way there. Ben Nevis is signposted even though it’s the biggest thing on the landscape. If you can’t see it, you’ve driven the wrong way.
Known as the 'Gateway to the Isles’, and the 'Seafood Capital’ of Scotland, Oban draws thousands of visitors to its town and harbour every year. You can stay here, or take the hire car across to the islands of Mull, Coll, Tiree, Barra, South Uist, Lismore or Islay on one of the ferries and really go exploring.
Follow the A82 out of Inverness all the way to the A828, then stay in this road until you reach Connel. From there, the A85 will take you straight to Oban.
The national park is the perfect place to visit to experience Scotland as it’s been since the beginning of time. Mountains, lakes and forests are all there to be explored, or if you fancy something a little more in touch with others, why not go to one of the outdoor activity centres to go kayaking, climbing or join in group hikes.
The A9 motorway south out of Inverness will take you all the way to the Cairngorms.
There’s something truly special about Skye, which is why National Geographic named it as the 4th best island in the world. Snow-capped mountains, placid, mirror lakes, and a choice of winding country roads to tour among them. Throw away your map, turn off your sat nav, and just enjoy the scenery.
Follow the A82 south from Inverness until you reach the A887/A87 over the Skye Bridge onto the islands.