The Scottish Government’s Rural Tourism Infrastructure Fund (RTIF) , administered by VisitScotland has £3million available in this latest round of funding.
VisitScotland conducted a poll to find out which Scottish islands people would most like to visit.
“While we recognise that fencing and gating can be visually intrusive, it has been necessary to install a robust structure to withstand the high winds in Orkney.”
Scotland’s Arctic Policy was launched in Stromness at an international event on Monday 23rd of September.
Orkney’s Aviation Festival got off to a flying start on Friday night, 12th of September, with the ‘Loganair’ talk from a well informed and humorous Robert Foden.
Stromness, Orkney is to host the important Scotland/Arctic Conference.
“Our European visitors are incredibly important to us, so it is important we help them stay as informed as possible before they visit Scotland after Brexit.”
“There exists the potential for a single extreme event destroying part of Skara Brae”
The guide aims to inspire visitors to consider ways in which they can enhance and maintain their personal happiness and welfare.
Visits to Scotland’s tourist sites saw an increase last year of 19.65%.