Hidden Scotland is on a mission to find the most beautiful towns and villages across Scotland.

History and heritage embody the beautiful country of Scotland. Notorious for its ancient cities and municipalities, brownstone buildings, tartan and bagpipes. But it’s not just the well-known locations such as Edinburgh, the iconic Inverness and the usual Scottish stereotypes that you should explore and indulge in when visiting Caledonia. Scotland is home to over 7000 charming, picturesque and historic towns and villages that each have their own individualities and offerings which make them so special in their own rights. Coastline communities with cute harbours, small villages tucked at the foot of crags, towns enclosed by lush fauna and flora, Scotland has everything to offer.

Everyone has a town or village that has a special place in their hearts, each with a valid reason why it’s the best, so now is the time to crown the most beautiful. Hidden Scotland has announced the 2018 ‘Scotlands Most Beautiful Town or Village’ competition – the contest aims to find the most charming and picturesque place in the country. There are 35 finalists and the winner will be announced on 10th August.

We are delighted to see that FIVE towns and villages from around Perthshire have been shortlisted for this amazing title. Killin, Comrie, Crieff, Pitlochry and Dunkeld have all been shortlisted. Wouldn’t it be amazing if one of Perthshire’s stunning towns or villages won this title?

You can now vote for your favourite town below! 👇