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Scottish word for cosy ‘còsagach’ to opposition hygge in 2018

December 13th, 2017 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • The arise of cosagach adult a smart scale was identified by VisitScotland
  • Hygge describes cosiness that brings about a feeling of contentment 
  • Scotland is a ideal place for your well-being, says VisitScotland 

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Còsagach – an aged Scottish word that describes a feeling of being snug, easeful or cosy – has been identified as a new trend for 2018.

VisitScotland believes it could even opposition a in-vogue Danish judgment of ‘hygge’, that describes cosiness that brings about a feeling of contentment.

The arise of cosagach adult a smart scale was identified by a inhabitant tourism organization in a ‘Trends paper’.

Còsagach – an aged Scottish word that describes a feeling of being snug, easeful or cosy – has been identified as a new trend for 2018

Còsagach – an aged Scottish word that describes a feeling of being snug, easeful or cosy – has been identified as a new trend for 2018

Referring to Cosagach, a paper says: ‘With willing seascapes, immeasurable open spaces and many comfortable and welcoming pubs, Scotland is a ideal place for your well-being.’

That feeling of gratification also forms a basement for another trend, ‘Wellness’, VisitScotland claims, where visitors find escapism from record and their fast-paced lives in tourism-related activities, to recharge their mind and body.

The news also issues a warning, yet – that Scotland could remove a repute as a accessible republic due to overcrowding problems during traveller prohibited spots.

Popular caller sites including Edinburgh, Orkney and Skye have struggled to cope with record numbers of tourists forward on a areas over a past year.

Residents on Skye, pictured, have called job for obligatory assistance to understanding with overcrowding after a swell in tourism led to too many visitors during some of a island's many famous beauty spots, that embody Neist Point Lighthouse, pictured

Residents on Skye, pictured, have called job for obligatory assistance to understanding with overcrowding after a swell in tourism led to too many visitors during some of a island’s many famous beauty spots, that embody Neist Point Lighthouse, pictured

The news has warned that a emanate needs to be addressed to equivocate a recoil from internal residents vital in a areas and a awaiting of ‘tourist curfews’.

Residents on Skye have called for obligatory assistance to understanding with overcrowding after a swell in tourism led to too many visitors during some of a island’s many famous beauty spots.

Islanders protest their single-track roads are being choked with camper vans, debate buses and cars.

The problem is many strident during Skye’s many famous spots, quite during a Fairy Pools – a array of clear immature and blue pools and waterfalls in Glen Brittle – and Neist Point Lighthouse.

The Orkney Islands, that has a race of 20,000, had some-more than 120,000 visitors this summer as it has turn a renouned stop-off for journey ships.

Edinburgh residents have also complained that visitors to a annual Fringe festival means an boost in trade jams and anti-social behaviour.  


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