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Lighthouses are an iconic part of the Scottish coastline. For centuries, they have been a vital part of maritime safety, guiding ships through treacherous waters. Today, they are cherished landmarks, and many visitors to Scotland make a point of visiting one or more of these historic structures.
There are around 70 lighthouses in Scotland, ranging from the towering Old Man of Hoy on Orkney, to the tiny Isle of May Lighthouse off the coast of Fife. Many of these lighthouses are now automated, but some still have resident keepers who maintain the light and offer information to visitors.
Whether you are looking for a dramatic coastal hike, or simply want to enjoy the peace and quiet of a remote island location, a visit to a Scottish lighthouse is sure to be a memorable experience.
While the majority of lighthouses in Scotland are now automated, there are a few that still have resident keepers. These keepers maintain the light and offer information to visitors, making sure that everyone knows about the history and importance of these landmarks.