Half-day tours of Ancient Caithness will guide you through six thousand years of human habitation in the far north. Iron-age dwellers brochs (c 700 BC to around AD 500) are scattered over the Caithness landscape beside lochs, or on higher ground, often commanding sweeping views of the countryside. There is also an abundance of neolithic burial cairns, standing stones and stone circles, the most well known site being the fully restored Grey Cairns of Camster, built over 5000 years ago. Some of the oldest castles in Scotland, dating from the 1100s, can also be found in Caithness, often perched high above the sea on narrow rock promontories.
Half-day tours of Ancient Caithness cost from £50 per person (minimum two people) and take in a selection of archaeological sites around Caithness.
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