Discover why Scotland is so universally-loved by travelers from all over the world, by getting out and touring the wonderful scenic and cultural attractions within easy traveling distance of Lybster. If you have some extra time, head 12 miles (19 kilometers) where you'll find Wick. Here you can spend an hour or two visiting the Pulteney Distillery and Duncansby Head.
Hoy Island, is another interesting spot to explore. It is approximately 40 miles (64 kilometers) from Lybster and offers a great selection of visitor attractions, such as St. John's Head, Hackness Martello Tower and Scapa Flow Visitor Centre. If you still have time left, be sure to visit Ward Hill, Old Man of Hoy and Dwarfie Stane before heading back to Lybster.
Should the heavens open, don't panic, Scotland is home to plenty of indoor nature museums, history museums and art museums, that will keep you entertained. This region is renowned for its castles; these are often evocative testaments to the area's colorful past.
Take your own equipment or rent some when you get here, and discover the local water activities. Boating is one option. Another one is wind surfing. Should you hear the call of the great outdoors, follow the lead of local thrill seekers and go tobogganing or mountain climbing.
At the end of your stay in Scotland, rest assured that you can always come back. As they say: A guest once, a friend from now on.