Located on the Sutherland coastline in the most north westerly region of Scotland is Durness, a neat Scottish village, in a superb highland setting. This area is best known for its fabulous scenery and landscapes, being some of the wildest and most rugged in Scotland. Inland, the moorlands and mountains are fantastic for hill walkers, and mountain bikers, with many routes and trails to discover. The coastline is mostly rocky cliffs with some beautiful sandy beaches; Balnakeil Beach and Sango Sands are just a couple to explore. Nearby, Smoo Cave is one of the main visitor attractions. The unique geological feature has been formed by the sea and river water, and is one of the largest caves in the UK. Tours operate during the summer for the best experience of the feature. A trip this far north would not be complete without a visit to Cape Wrath. This area is so diverse there is no direct road access, but ferries and mini buses run to deliver visitors to the furthest north westerly point in the UK! A Site of Special Scientific Interest, the vast wilderness is home to a diversity of wildlife and dramatic scenery.