Retire to a part of Scotland that's steeped with history
From family-owned distilleries to ancient forts, there's plenty of intriguing heritage to uncover around Perthshire.
You can explore historic collections across 30 different rooms at the 700-year-old Blair Castle, visit a reconstructed Iron Age loch-dwelling at the Scottish Crannog Centre in Aberfeldy, or take a tour of Scone Palace, where Scottish kings were crowned for almost a thousand years.
You'll find more than 200 years of regimental history at The Black Watch Museum, local history at the Museum of Abernethy, and more than half a million objects covering artistic, social and natural history at the Perth Museum and Art Gallery.
Explore a county packed with natural beauty and wildlife
With dramatic mountains, tranquil forests and picturesque lochs, you'll find all sorts of breathtaking views around Perthshire.
You can explore a vast wooded gorge over the River Garry at Killiecrankie, sail out onto the 15-mile-long Loch Tay, the largest loch in the county, or hike to a height of more than 3,000 feet to the top of Schiehallion, an isolated peak with panoramic views over the Scottish countryside.
You'll find red deer and willow warblers among rare species of flora at the Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve, more than 60 birds of prey at the Phoenix Falconry centre in Blackford, and over 50 different species of animal at the Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre.