Killin's central location in the Southern Highlands, and an eastern gateway to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, makes it the ideal base from which to explore the area, from the east coast to west coast.
The village nestles between the Rivers Dochart and Lochay, with the Falls of Dochart probably the most photographed waterfalls in Scotland. It sits on a main routeway (A827) that links the east to the west of Scotland via the heart of Perthshire.
Easily accessible by road from all parts of the UK and particularly from the airports at Edinburgh and Glasgow, the ferry terminals at Rosyth and Newcastle serving the mainland of Europe, and the ferries from Ireland arriving at Troon, Stranraer and Cairnryan.
Perth and Stirling are on the main railway network and Crianlarich, on the West Highland Line, is only a few miles to the west of Killin.