Atlas Obscura is always good for travel inspiration of far flung places off the beaten track. Something of interest they highlighted was the artificial islands that can be found in Scotland’s famous lochs.
Artificial islands are generally regarded as a modern invention, but these ones are suspected to be thousands of years old.
Called crannogs, why they were built and what their precise roll was, is a murky mystery that remains to be solved.
Maybe the local under water monster knows.