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Moray Travel Guide

Places to Visit in Moray

Aberlour

Dubbed the "jewel of Speyside", Aberlour is situated in a beautiful area suited to walking and fishing. This quaint village lies on the Whisky Trail and also boasts its own distillery. While Speyside is famous for Scotch whisky, Aberlour is famous for another well-known Scottish product " Walkers shortbread.

10 out of 10 stars (2 votes)
Buckie

Buckie

Buckie is a fishing village which stretches for about three miles along the Moray Firth Coastline. It boasts Cluny Harbour which was once the finest to be found in the north east of Scotland. Buckie is also a finishing or starting point for the Speyside Way, one of Scotland's four official long-distance walks.

7 out of 10 stars (11 votes)
Cullen

Cullen

Best known for Cullen Skink, a popular haddock dish, Cullen is a fishing village lying off the Moray Firth. A popular tourist resort, Cullen boasts Cullen Bay, a good place for swimming or strolling by the harbour.

7 out of 10 stars (4 votes)
Dufftown

Dufftown

Self-acknowledged "Whisky Capital of the World", Dufftown boasts no less than 7 working distilleries including the well-known Glenfiddich Distillery. Situated as it is on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, Dufftown is a good destination for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Elgin

Elgin

The capital of Moray, Elgin is an ancient cathedral city lying on the River Lossie. It boasts the majestic ruins of Elgin Cathedral, once one of the finest cathedrals in Scotland. Elgin has retained its medieval street plan and is a charming town to explore on foot.

9 out of 10 stars (2 votes)
Findhorn

Findhorn

Lying on the Moray Firth Coast, Findhorn boasts one of the most successful alternative and spiritual centres in the UK, the Findhorn Foundation. Once a busy fishing village, Findhorn now offers a relaxing break with miles of white sands and plenty of water sports for adventure lovers.

10 out of 10 stars (1 vote)
Fochabers

Fochabers

A charming village, Fochabers lies on the eastern side of the River Spey. The area is suited to walking and lies just a short distance from the Moray Firth Coast.

9 out of 10 stars (4 votes)
Forres

Forres

One of the oldest towns in Scotland, Forres is well-situated in area surrounded by attractions. Just a couple of miles from the Moray Firth and Findhorn Bay, Forres also boast one of the most striking pictish stones in Scotland as well as two malt whisky distilleries.

5 out of 10 stars (2 votes)
Lossiemouth

Lossiemouth

Lossiemouth is situated on the Moray Firth Coast. With its gorgeous white sands, Lossimouth is an ancient fishing village that is now suited to angling, walking and golf breaks.

9 out of 10 stars (2 votes)


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