Activities and Attractions in Moray & Speyside

 

 

Gemini Explorers Wildlife Marine Charters
1. Gemini Explorers Wildlife Marine Charters

Gemini Explorer is a 72ft former lifeboat that has been adapted for tourist use. Departing from Buckie, the boat cruises the Moray Coast, past the pic...

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Buckie Harbour, Buckie, t: 07747626280

Fort George
2. Fort George

Fort George is the only ancient monument in Scotland still functioning as intended  a working army barracks - but still welcoming visitors. A gif...

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10 km west of, Nairn, t: 01667 460232

Newbold House
3. Newbold House

A transformative haven run by a small community committed to sustainability in the beautiful North East of Scotland. We offer workshops, retreats, eco...

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111, St Leonards Road, Forres, t: 0044 (0) 1309 672 659

Elgin Golf Club
4. Elgin Golf Club

Founded in 1906, Elgin Golf Club is a testing heathland course measuring 6401 yards with par of 69 and a standard scratch of 71, fully justifying its ...

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Hardhillock, Birnie Road, Elgin, t: 01343 542338

Keith Golf Course
5. Keith Golf Course

In the heart of malt whisky country situated on the main route (A96) midway between Aberdeen and Inverness in North East Scotland...

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Fife Park, Keith, t: 01542 882469

Cullen Sea School
6. Cullen Sea School

The Cullen Sea School is a warm and welcoming centre where you can enjoy an abundance of water-sports activities, shore-based classes and even try you...

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1 Portlong Road, Cullen, t: 01542840830

Glen of Isla kiltmaker
7. Glen of Isla kiltmaker

Fully qualified kiltmaker with 10 years experience.Bespoke kilts made and fitted to requirements.Tartan of your choice if available.In process of lear...

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Braeface, 4 Seafield Walk, Keith, t: 01542 886628

Craigellachie Bridge
8. Craigellachie Bridge

Craigellachie Bridge is a cast iron arch bridge located in Speyside, Moray, Scotland at Craigellachie which is near to the village of Aberlour. It was...

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Craigellachie, t:

The Independent Glenlivet  and  Inveravon Newsgroup
9. The Independent Glenlivet and Inveravon Newsgroup

Local independent newsletter covering Glenlivet and Inveravon. Distribution area from Tomintoul to Aberlour...

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Glenochty, Auchnarrow, Glenlivet, Ballindalloch, t: 01807 590314

Elgin Cinema
10. Elgin Cinema

Welcome to the Caledonian Cinema at Elgin. As part of Scotland's finest cinema chain, we pride ourselves on our high standards of service and will end...

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199 High Street, Elgin, t: 01343 542680

Bygone Drives
11. Bygone Drives

Let Bygone Drives take you on a vintage experience like no other, a nostalgic trip down memory lane when the world went at a slower pace. Our Private ...

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Bydand, Broomhill Road, Grantown on Spey, t: +447974691623

Findlater Castle
12. Findlater Castle

On the coast between Cullen and Sandend the ruins of Findlater Castle are perched on a tiny peninsula which sticks out into the North Sea, with a shee...

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Cullen, t:

Speyside Area Forum
13. Speyside Area Forum

Undiscovered Speyside, a web site for all things speyside, created by the Speyside Area Forum, communities, whisky, walking, wildlife, fishing, shooti...

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Bob Fuller - Webmaster, Braeside of Beatshach, Aberlour, t: 01340 871745

WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre
14. WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre

Tugnet Icehouse Music Night with Chris Grant Reanna Jiggins and Footerin' Aboot Friday 16th September - 7:30pm - 9:30pm ish! Tickets £6.50 for adult...

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Scottish Dolphin Centre, Spey Bay, Fochabers, t: 01343 820339

ACE Adventures  and  Hideaways
15. ACE Adventures and Hideaways

You'll want to explore the nature of Scotland while you are in this unique country. ACE Adventure shows you the wild of Scotland from a different poin...

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Auchnagairn, Dunphail, Forres, t: 01309 611 729

Green Hall Gallery
16. Green Hall Gallery

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2 Victoria Street, Craigellachie, t: 01340 871010

Cawdor Castle Golf Course
17. Cawdor Castle Golf Course

Cawdor Castle was built in 1370 at a time when clubs were in constant use in Scotland, but not for sporting reasons. Things have subsequently been ref...

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Nairn, Cawdor, t: 01667 404401

Turriff Golf Club
18. Turriff Golf Club

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Rosehall, Turriff, t: 01888 563025

Dave Bremner
19. Dave Bremner

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Garmouth, t:

Spynie Palace
20. Spynie Palace

For five centuries until 1686, Spynie Palace was the residence of the bishops of Moray. The beauty of the surroundings and the substantial wildlife an...

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off A941 3km north of Elgin, Elgin, t: 01343 546358