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If you're wondering where the best place to live in Scotland is for you, then look no further. Here's a detailed guide to Scotland's 15 regions, covering everything from education and lifestyle to work and accommodation. Let us help you find your perfect fit. 

Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire

Located in the north east of Scotland, this region is fondly referred to as 'the oil capital of Europe'. If city life gets too much for you, it's also home to the stunning Cairngorms National Park.

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Argyll & The Isles

Located on the west coast of Scotland, Argyll & the Isles is made up of a stretch of mainland Scotland as well as 23 inhabited islands, providing the perfect mix of rural and urban areas.

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Ayrshire & Arran

Ayrshire & Arran is located in the south west of Scotland, on the shores of the Firth of Clyde. The island of Arran is perfectly described by those who visit as 'Scotland in miniature'.

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Scottish Borders

Located in the south east of Scotland, the Scottish Borders is a hilly and largely rural area that takes its name from the fact that it lies on the border between Scotland and England.

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Dumfries & Galloway

Located in the south west of Scotland, Dumfries & Galloway shares a border with England to the south. This largely rural area is also home to the UK's first Dark Sky Park.

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Dundee & Angus

Dundee & Angus is located in east-central Scotland, on the north bank of the Firth of Tay. The region is home to the only V&A Museum of Design outside of London. 

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Edinburgh & The Lothians

Located in east-central Scotland, this region is home to Scotland's capital city - Edinburgh - and has the perfect blend of vibrant city living, and wide-open green spaces to enjoy.

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Fife

Located in east-central Scotland, The Kingdom of Fife, as it is known, lies between the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Tay and is home to the ancient town of St Andrews.

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Greater Glasgow & the Clyde Valley

Located on the west coast of Scotland, Greater Glasgow & the Clyde Valley sits on the River Clyde and is home to Scotland's largest city - Glasgow. 

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The Highlands

By far the largest region in Scotland, the Highlands covers nearly 10,000 sq miles in northern Scotland. The region is home to stunning scenery, including the legendary Loch Ness.

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Loch Lomond, the Trossachs, Stirling & the Forth Valley

Located in the centre of Scotland, and stretching almost from coast-to-coast, this region incorporates some of Scotland's best known sights and is also known as the 'Gateway to the Highlands'.

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Orkney Islands

Consisting of 70 individual islands, of which only 20 are inhabited, the Orkney Islands can be found roughly 10 miles off the north coast of Scotland. 

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The Outer Hebrides

The Outer Hebrides, also known as The Western Isles, is an island chain off the north west coast of Scotland. It is made up of more than 70 islands, of which only 15 are inhabited.

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Perthshire

Located in the very heart of central Scotland, Perthshire also goes by the nickname of Big County. The region is home to Scone Palace, the ancient residence of Scottish monarchs.

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The Shetland Islands

Lying roughly 100 miles off the north east coast of Scotland, the Shetland Islands are the northern-most tip of Scotland. The islands separate the Atlantic Ocean, on the west, from the North Sea on the east.

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