Applecross is the name of a remote, picture perfect peninsula in the Highlands of Wester Ross. Locals simply refer to the village on Applecross as 'The Street'.
Famed for its wildness, remoteness and fantastic views, it's also thought to be one of the earliest settlements in Scotland. There are a number of major archaeological sites in the area.
Applecross can only be reached from two directions, a winding coastal road from Sheilding from the north and via The Pass of The Cattle, which is one of the UK's highest roads, complete with hairpin bends and valley views. You'll definitely feel as if you've travelled to the ends of the Earth for this stunning Scottish location.