4 days unlimited travel over 9 consecutive days for only £81.50
Things to see with this travelpass
Originally a Viking settlement, Scotland's most northerly town has some incredible historical sights to explore, like Thurso Castle and St Peter's Church. Once famous for nearby Dounreay nuclear power station, (which has an excellent visitor centre), the area is now better known for its creative glass blowing studios and, with its dramatic coast line, is considered a world-class surfing destination.
Once the busiest herring port in Europe, you can explore the area's rich past in the fascinating Wick Heritage Centre and the dramatic ruins of Castle Sinclair Girnigoe. Or enjoy a dram at the Pulteney Distillery. Wick is a busy shopping centre but just a short walk away is Sinclair Bay beach – perfect for windsurfing, sand yachting and puffin spotting.
John O'Groats is best known as the most northerly point on mainland Britain and visitors from all over the world come to be pictured with the famous signpost. You can also enjoy Journey's End Cafe Bar, gift shops and a museum. Or take a short ferry trip to Orkney between May and September. Wildlife cruises are also very popular.
A modern city in a truly stunning location, Inverness has superb places to eat and drink, a thriving arts and culture scene with venues like The Ironworks, and loads of superb shops in the huge Eastgate Centre and Victorian Market. It's an ideal base to explore the Highlands - nearby is Culloden Battlefield, and of course the famous Loch Ness.
A small, beautiful village in an unforgettable corner of Scotland, Uig is primarily a ferry port to the outer isles, but its dramatic setting makes it well worth a visit. Enjoy the locally made Uig pottery and local ales of Isle of Skye Brewery, and other Skye attractions such as the Talisker Distillery and Dunvegan Castle are within easy reach.
Ullapool is a busy fishing port and popular tourist resort thanks to outstanding local attractions like the award-winning Ullapool Museum and several craft shops and galleries. Nearby is Inverpolly National Nature Reserve, home to wildcats and golden eagles. It's also a great base for exploring further afield, and you can catch the ferry to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis.
A quiet, attractive village at the end of the spectacular Skye Bridge, Kyleakin is popular with travellers as a great spot for exploring the Cuillin mountains and the rest of the island. Local attractions include a marina, the ruined 14th century Castle Moil, and Bright Water Visitor Centre which offers exclusive tours of the island of Eilean Ban wildlife sanctuary.
Mallaig is a lively port at the end of the panoramic "Road to the Isles" and it's from here that you can take the ferry to the likes of Skye and Eigg, or the village of Inverie and Britain's most remote pub! You can walk to secluded white sand beaches, and sample some of the freshest seafood you'll ever find.
From the rollercoaster at Codona's Amusement Park on the beach, to the tropical gardens of Duthie Park, or the stunning 500-year-old University, few other cities offer visitors so much variety all in one day. Take a wander along Union Street's mile of pubs, eateries and shops or try the likes of the Lemon Tree, for great live music and comedy.
A major Highland resort, the town lies in the shadow of Ben Nevis and you can walk, bike, ski or snowboard on Britain's highest mountain - or take a gondola up 2000 feet for unparalleled views. In the town is a wide range of shops, bars, restaurants and attractions, such as the West Highland Museum, and the Ben Nevis Distillery.
A working fishing port, dubbed the Seafood Capital of Scotland, Oban is a lively town full of character in a spectacular setting. Local attractions include the Oban Distillery, the mighty Dunstaffnage Castle and McCaig's Tower – a colosseum which dominates the town's skyline. Oban is also known as the 'Gateway to the Isles' with ferries regularly departing to the Inner Hebrides.
The biggest and liveliest of Scotland's cities, Glasgow is a must see destination with an incredible variety of attractions - from The Glasgow Science Centre, to the renowned Burrell Collection, and some of the best shopping in the stylish Buchanan Galleries. Plus a huge choice of bars and restaurants, including the Merchant City and Ashton Lane in the West End.
Where it covers - at a glance
Our flexible Rover ticket that covers travel on trains, ferries and a selection of bus and coach services throughout the West and North Highlands.
|Caledonian MacBrayne||Oban - Mull|
Mallaig - Skye
|Northlink Ferries||Scrabster - Stromness|
Aberdeen - Lerwick
Aberdeen - Kirkwall - Lerwick
|20% discount on Seated Standard fares purchased on the day of sailing on the these routes.|
|Scottish Citylink / West Coast Motors||Oban/Fort William - Inverness|
|Stagecoach in the Highlands||Thurso - Scrabster|
|D & E Coaches||Inverness - Durness||10% discount on Single and Day Return fares on this route.|
Please check journey details before travelling as some services operate seasonally.