There are 300 reported sightings a year, that's four times as many per square kilometre than France and Italy, who came second.
For every 17,000 people there is one person claiming to have spotted 'something out there.'
The village of Bonnybridge in Stirlingshire seems to be a hotspot for UFOs.
They even want a UFO visitors' centre to be built in the village.
So is Scotland a great holiday spot for visitors from out of this world?
Or could the sightings be explained by the large number of airbases across the country?