Eilean Donan Castle is a majestic 13th century castle located near the village of Dornie in northwest Scotland. Built on an island at the junction of three lochs (Loch Long, Loch Alsh and Loch Duich), Eilean Donan is a stunning sight and one of the most picturesque castles in Europe. The castle served as an important strategic stronghold for centuries, and can still be visited today. It offers a detailed look at castle architecture, including a wooden portcullis, a drawbridge, and several towers and battlements. Visitors can take guided tours inside the castle, where you'll find replicas of period costumes and furniture amid ancestral portraits adorning the walls. Set against a backdrop of stunningly beautiful West Highland scenery, Eilean Donan remains one of the most iconic and photogenic images of Scotland.