The clans are irrevocably linked to Scotland's rich and turbulent past and have left a wonderful legacy of castles and stately homes, many of which are the seats of the clans today The Clans Tartans o Mehr
Gylen Castle on the island of Kerrera, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Built in 1582 CE, Gylen Castle was once home to members of Clan MacDougalll. It was occupied only for a short period of time, until it was sacked in 1647 CE by Covenanter General David Le
Castle is located on the beautiful Isle of Skye. It is the seat of the MacLeods. It has been continuously occupied by the chiefs of Clan in an unbroken line stretching back for over 7 centuries and 30 generations. Aerial Photograph by Scotavia Images.