There won’t be a dull moment in Caithness this summer, if you’re an archaeologist.
The most northerly county on the British mainland will undergo more excavations and underwater explorations than any other region in the country over the next few months, with projects looking at Neolithic and Bronze Age cairns, Iron Age brochs and crannogs, medieval castles and shipwrecks. One team will reverse the trend and rebuild some stone structures in 3000BC style.
That sounds fabulous. And check out some of the scenery: