To be more specific we are heading about 1mile - 1.6km for those who prefer metric - to the east of Edinburgh Castle.
Just a short walk from Edinburgh's famous Royal Mile, is Holyrood Estate, which is owned by the reigning monarch, Elizabeth II. This 650 acre sight is made up of an array of hills, glens, lochs ( we are in Scotland after all) and basalt cliffs.
The highest point of the Royal Park is Arthur's Seat. For those who are interested, Arthur's Seat is a dormant volcano.
If you ever happen to find yourself in Edinburgh - great city, cannot recommend it enough - and you have the energy to climb it, then you will be rewarded with panoramic views of Scotland's capital city.
Arthur's Seat was once the site of a large, and very well preserved fort, that dates from around 2000 years ago.
He cut down the center and wing.
He was worthy before the noblest host,
He gave from his herd horses in winter.
He fed black ravens on the wall
Of the fortress, although he was not Arthur.
Among those powerful in feats
In the front rank, a palisade, Gwawrddur.
Let's clutch at some straws. Lets pretend that Arthur's Seat (or Edinburgh) is another contender for the site of Camelot? Knowing what we already know of Camelot ( if you missed it check out this link) we must come to our own conclusions.
I do not think there is that much to link Arthur's Seat with Camelot. I may be wrong. It has been known to happen now and then. The only thing that connects it, as far as I can see, is the name and even that turns out to be slightly dubious.