The romantic and windswept Highlands of Scotland. From John O'Groats (northernmost point of the British mainland) to Fort Augustus to see the monster in Loch Ness, when you are visiting Scottish campsites in the Highlands, landscapes are the order of the day.
There are great camping and caravan parks near Fort William which is the stop-off point for climbing Ben Nevis and Aviemore gives you great skiing. And there's no better place for a Highland malt whisky from one of the many distilleries.
There are many islands to the west, and the Cuillin mountains of Skye a must see. Inverness is a historical main town and Dingwalls castle and ruins are a good for a day out and for walking holidays, Glen Coe is a paradise combining scenic views and a bloody past.