If you are planning an itinerary for 2 weeks in Scotland , you have lots of options.
14 days gives you enough time to consider exploring Scotland’s more remote corners.
You could even manage our Grand Tour of Scotland route that goes all the way from the Scottish Border country to the extreme north coast.
Alternatively, with 14 days in Scotland you can plan a relaxed pace of itinerary and stay 2 - 3 nights in each location.
Our range of 12 - 14 day itineraries lets you choose between using your 2 weeks to travel as much as possible, or to focus on doing day trips from a few touring bases where you stay 2 or more nights.
This itinerary includes lots of day trip options to let you adapt the tour to your schedule and interests. A highlight of the Best of Scotland is a stopover in Gairloch in the North West Highlands. The scenery around Gairloch is stunning and we rate it as one of our favourite places. For 14 days in Scotland, we suggest a schedule such as below. >>> READ MORE
The Scenic Flexi tour plan caters for people who want to see a lot of Scotland, but also like the idea of staying 2 - 3 nights in each location. The tour is called “Flexi” as we provide lots of day trip options around Edinburgh, Inverness, Skye and Oban. So you can choose which day trips suit your interests best. An itinerary for 12 days could be scheduled as below. >>> READ MORE
We created this tour plan specifically for the first time visitor looking to do all the “must see” Scottish places. If doing this Scotland itinerary in 12 days, you can take advantage of the several day trip options we provide around Edinburgh and Skye. This tour works as a 12 day itinerary if scheduled as below. >>> READ MORE
This is a comprehensive itinerary for a 14 day tour of Scotland’s scenic highlights. You could drive the route in less than 2 weeks, but we recommend that you pace the trip with some 2 night stays and have provided a choice of day trips around Edinburgh, Inverness, Skye and Oban. To pace as an itinerary for 2 weeks in Scotland we suggest the following schedule. >>> READ MORE
Our Grand Tour of Scotland route takes you from the bottom to the top of the country. This tour takes in the full diversity of Scotland’s landscapes with a route that stretches from the fertile fields and rolling hills of the Borders all the way up to the windswept islands of Orkney. It’s a lot of driving, but you can do this Grand Tour of Scotland route in 14 days if you schedule it as follows: >>> READ MORE
This itinerary includes lots of day trip options to let you adapt the tour to your schedule and interests. We call it the Best of Scotland as it features lots of our favourite places in Scotland. For 14 days in Scotland, we’d suggest a schedule as shown below. >>> READ MORE
The Scenic Flexi tour plan caters for people who want to see a lot of Scotland, but also like the idea of staying 2 - 3 nights in each location. The tour is called “Flexi” as we provide lots of day trip options around Oban, Skye, Inverness and Edinburgh. So you can choose which day trips suit your interests best. An itinerary for 12 days could be paced as below. >>> READ MORE
Scottish Islands offer a unique holiday experience and 14 days gives you plenty of time to explore Skye and the Western Isles. For a relaxed 2 weeks in Scotland touring the Highlands & Islands, you can pace the Island Odyssey itinerary as below. >>> READ MORE
This is an itinerary best suited to people that prefer the countryside and villages over big cities. If used for a 12 day itinerary in Scotland we would suggest you pace it as follows. >>> READ MORE
The best way to drive the NC500 is to schedule in lots of 2 night stays so you have time to explore the quiet corners of the Northern Highlands. Although it’s not part of the NC500, we also include a guide for spending a few days on Orkney. For 12 days in Scotland driving the NC500 and staying on Orkney, you can schedule this itinerary as below: >>> READ MORE