Borders: Coast, fog and moorlands
Bookings for 2021
Your safety and an enjoyable travel experience is our top priority.
For this reason and due to the current pandemic, we can only take bookings for 2021 at short notice at the moment.
If you are interested in a trip, please feel free to send us your enquiry. We will continuously check the possibilities and contact you as soon as it is foreseeable that the trip can take place. Enquiries for 2022 can be placed as usual.


Rolling hills amidst a sea of green: The Borderlands

Rolling hills amidst a sea of green: The Borderlands

Coast, fog and moorlands

Coastlines, hills and moorlands characterize this rural part of Scotland. The tranquil, pristine nature on either side of the River Tweed offers numerous hiking paths along meandering streams. Most of the border towns are lined up along its banks like pearls on a string. The frontier area is known, among other things, for the ruins of its four medieval abbeys: Melrose, Kelso, Jedburgh and Dryburgh. Sir Walter Scott loved this region, and his famous ballads hail the mist, moors, bagpipes and Highland Chieftains in kilts – thus shaping our image of Scotland up to the present day.

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