Sacred Scotland takes an illustrated tour around some of Scotland’s holy places, some well known, others not.
Starting with the earliest prehistoric ritual sites, a broadly chronological thread connects the locations visited, so as to plot a course through the country’s spiritual journey over the last 5000 years.
The journey starts with recent discoveries at the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney. From this most ancient beginning, its odyssey around Scotland follows a broadly chronological trajectory.
Following the emerging route of spiritual development and practice requires dotting around virtually the whole country, meaning the book features places all the way from Galloway to Orkney - in a sense, this book takes readers on a form of pilgrimage.