The Moray coastline is well known for its long winding sandy beaches, where you can often times spot a pod of dolphins in the Moray Firth. The area has a rich ingrained history and a beautiful natural environment that is suited to many outdoor pursuits.
Among the vast wealth of activities to take part in and landmarks to visit, includes the age old ‘uisce beatha’ or water of life – whisky distillers, on the world’s only Malt Whisky Trail.
Visitors also get the chance to experience the rugged and serene Cairngorms National Park, the largest national park in the United Kingdom which offers plenty of hiking, cycling and wildlife watching opportunities, as well as featuring Britain’s only funicular railway and a mountain range that captures five of the six largest mountains in the UK.
Fishing people from all over the world can rejoice as they make the pilgrimage to the area to try their hand at catching a salmon or trout from the river Spey. With so much on offer we have created this overview of places to visit while you are staying with us.