As the largest inland stretch of water in Great Britain, Loch Lomond has long been celebrated by the Scots. The loch sits on the Highland Boundary Fault and contains dozens of islands.
But people don't come here because of because of Loch Lomond's size; its beauty has long been famous, and is the reason for its place in local lore, culture, and even song ("The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond"). The lake naturally attracts many visitors to its enchanting settin, and when the weather permits, folks can enjoy boating, watersports, and various cruises. There are even guided canoe tours if you're hoping to get out on the water.
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