Places of Interest
Blair Drummond Safari Park affords the opportunity to see wild life in the raw.
The Trossachs offer outstanding countryside with exceptional views - this is also the heartland of Rob Roy McGregor and was the inspiration for the film Rob Roy starring Liam Neeson.
Castle Campbell (formally Castle Gloom). Stirling Castle - an absolute wealth of history and a must for all Wallace monument - a memory of Sir William Wallace now shared with Braveheart Mel Gibson.
Deep Sea World. This venue is now in the premier league of Scottish Tourist attraction and is ideal for family participation.
With Edinburgh - being only 45 minutes (approximately) away by car or train there is an opportunity to visit for the day - similar logic applies to Glasgow. Dunfermline - a much under visited town but well worth a visit - Andrew Carnegie's birthplace, superb gardens, The Abbey and all its historic past and much more. The East Neuk of Fife taking in St Andrews is a most rewarding excursion. A little further a field but still comutable are the ski slopes of Glencoe and Glenshee.
The above listing is noted as merely indicative of the wealth of attractions and places to go for the holiday maker.