Fàilte chridheil oirbh uile - a warm Gaelic welcome to you. Gaelic and its related culture are among Scotland's greatest treasures and both have had a profound influence on the nation's social history.
Gaelic is one of the family of Celtic languages and is spoken in communities in the north-west of the country. It is also used by many in Scotland's towns and cities. Though the number of native speakers has fallen gradually over the past couple of centuries, Gaelic and its culture have never attracted quite the amount of interest as they do today. Gaelic truly is a great asset and one which we should like to share with you all.
Gaelic Scotland offers some background on the language but focuses mainly on providing you with the means to source required information for yourself. Use this site to show you the road through Gaelic Scotland
Turas math leibh - have a good journey