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(0131-652 8150, CAITHNESSOn a sunny day this is a picturesque spot, but more than 200 years ago the windswept clifftop was home to families evicted during the Clearances, with children and cattle having to be tethered to stop them being blown into the sea. (01593 731421, BEACHES OF SCOTLANDScotland’s beaches are among the best on the planet.Information boards give loads of details on their lives and a well-trodden path leads to the ruined houses. They attract windsurfers from across the world but are also great places for a stroll, a picnic and, on a sunny day, maybe a quick dip (sandcastles can be made year-round).From 15-31 August, the Edinburgh International Book Festival has free storytelling, aimed at children aged between three and ten, every day at noon and 3pm.( BRAE, AYRSHIREOverlooking Ailsa Craig, Arran and the Mull of Kintyre is a place where you can defy gravity, nearly.
About 50 yards down the hill from Canongate Kirk (where the Queen goes to church) is Dunbar’s Close – on the same side, immediately after Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe.(01887 820276, COLLECTION, GLASGOW Left to the nation by Sir William Burrell and his wife Constance in 1944, the 9,000 exhibits range from the artwork of ancient civilisations to Degas and Rodin – a personal highlight is the intricate works in the Islamic art section.The purpose-built gallery is set in woodland where you can stretch your legs and enjoy a picnic if the high-brow exhibits become too much.A footpath starts at the north end, but take care as a fall here would prove fatal.The place is so-named because Border reivers used to hide their stolen cattle here.