John o' Groats
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You can't come to Caithness and not go to John O'Groats. There is a nice petting farm for kids, ice cream, and a wander. You can go to Orkney or a boat trip from here. Seaview Hotel nice for a meal.
Situated in an extreme location, this Highland village combines dramatic, unspoilt scenery and fascinating wildlife, including a breathtaking array of birdlife on the local cliffs, as well as seals, dolphins, minke and killer whales in the surrounding waters.
Slightly seedy as all these first or last places tend to be, John o' Groats is an imposter - the cliffs to the west of here are slightly further north. The curious name is supposed to have come from a Dutchman, Jan de Groote.
About a 1he 45min drive and your at the opposite end to Lands End.Some go just for that photographic opportunity!!. why not make it a whole day out taking in the views and a few historic stops on the way.The road its self can be an experience with the berridale brea's.Which is a perfect pit stop for…