Scotland’s lochs are sparkling jewels in the country’s crown, but you will find over 31,000 to choose from. Seton Sands has some lochs that are close by - maybe only a short drive away.
Stunningly beautiful and easily accessible, the Loch Leven area is a perfect base for holidaymakers in the heart of Scotland. Set in a convenient central location, Loch Leven offers visitors excellent value for money and combines all the ingredients essential for a fun-filled yet relaxing Scottish break, no matter what your age or your interests.
Loch Lomond, you won't find a bigger loch or lake in the whole of Britain and you'll have a hard time finding a more beautiful one, too. Take a cruise on the waters and admire the mighty bulk of Ben Lomond, Scotland's most southerly Munro, as well as the jagged shoulders of the Arrochar Alps. You could maybe even visit one of the loch's 30 islands.
Loch Tay is a magnificent dark stretch of water, 15 miles (24 km) long and around 508 ft deep. Loch Tay is popular with sailing and watersports enthusiasts and the small shingle beach near Kenmore is perfect for sunbathing. It's hard to believe that ancient settlers once lived on Loch Tay, inhabiting artificially created islands known as crannogs. There are eighteen crannogs on Loch Tay.
Loch Earn is also home to the Loch Earn Watersports Centre who offers multiple watersports activities ranging from waterskiing and wakeboarding to kayaking and SUP hire.
Loch Katrine, the name Loch Katrine comes from the Gaelic cateran meaning Highland robber, the most famous of which was born on the loch’s northern shores, famous folkloric hero Rob Roy MacGregor. The beauty of the loch has long inspired literary figures, including Sir Walter Scott who was inspired to write his famed poem Lady of the Lake in 1810 after visiting Loch Katrine. It also inspired poets Samuel Coleridge and William Wordsworth.
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