Perthshire, The definitive guide to travel and tourism in Scotland



Perthshire is county which lies south of Aberdeenshire, south of Inverness-shire, left of Angus and right of Argyll and Bute. The county is broken down into five counties which include Central district, Eastern district, Highland district, Perth district and Western district. The county contains 33 villages Aberfeldy, Aberfoyle, Abernethy, Alyth, Auchterarder, Bankfoot, Blairgowrie, Blair Atholl, Bridge of Earn, Callander, Comrie, Coupar, Angus, Crianlarich, Crieff, Dunkeld and Birnam, Forgandenny, Fortingall, Kenmore, Killin, Kinloch, Rannoch, Luncarty, Meigle, Pitlochry, Redgorton, Stanley and Strathtay.

The county has been recognised for centuries, with a rich and diverse history going back thousands of years. The county played an important part with Scotland’s governance 1890-1975 with many key events unfolding out in Perthshire. The county also played a deep role with Blair Castle in the Act of Union between England and Scotland in 1706 which brought about the United Kingdom (Britannia). Explore Perthshire and discover big tree country by visiting this picturesque part of Scotland.

A Perthshire area guide is a useful resource to discover what is on in the region.