TOMORROW is St Andrew’s day, so we’re celebrating with a look at some of Scotland’s loveliest locations – its beaches.
Some are so beautiful that they look like they could be found on a desert island.
Premier Inn has pinpointed some paradise location in Scotland and the good news is that you won’t need a long-haul flight to visit them.
Can you work out if these beaches are Scottish, or somewhere more far-flung?
There are waterfalls that could be in Hawaii – but that actually turn out to be on the Isle of Skye.
Scotland also has white sandy beaches that look like those in the Seychelles, or Mexico. Read on to see if you can work out which beaches are which.
This is the actual Seychelles – but Scotland is just as stunning[/caption]
Costa Rica is also knows for its waterfalls such as here at the Rio Celeste, but Scotland is a close contender[/caption]
Tulum Beach in Mexico will be crowded with tourists in summer, unlike Scotland[/caption]
Hawaii’s Waikani waterfall is just as dramatic as Scotland’s version[/caption]
The waterfalls at Croatia’s Plitvice National Park are popular with tourists[/caption]
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