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A well-known holiday destination in Moray.

Two top beaches, lots of watersports, swimming, surfing, kitesurfing, Moray golf course, Fisheries & Community Museum, Seatown, theatre, good shopping


Spectacular Cullen Bay opens out before you

Railway viaduct, walks, sheltered beach, range of shops including antiques, crafts, angling. Good coffee shops & ice cream, Cullen Kirk, Findlater Castle


Former fishing village with relaxed atmosphere

Watersports, long sandy beach, spiritual place - Findhorn Community, Moray Art Centre, Icehouse Heritage Centre, birdlife, aircraft viewing

Bridge to East Beach Lossie The Square Fochabers


Administrative and entertainment centre of Moray

The Biblical Gardens, Cooper Park, Elgin Cathedral, Museum, Art Exhibitions, Ladyhill, Millbuies Country Park, Moray Motor Museum, Spynie Palace


Market town atmosphere

Dallas Dhu Distillery, Benromach Distillery,Falconer Museum, Friend of Darwin, Sueno's Stone, Gardens, Nelson'Tower, Witches Stone, Dava Way Walk Forres to Grantown


Once wealthy due to whisky and textiles

Strathisla Distillery, The Keith and Dufftown Railway, Excellent Heritage Walks, The Auld Brig, St Rufus Church, The Keith Show


Speyfest Folk festival and mountain bike hotspot

Baxter's Visitor Centre, Fochabers Folk Museum & Heritage Centre, Spey Bay Wildlife Centre Moray dolphins, Mountain Biking hotspot, Walking


Built on whisky

The Speyside Cooperage Visitor Centre, Keith and Dufftown Railway, Auchindoun Castle, Ben Rinnes, Balvenie Castle, Mortlach Kirk, Dufftown walking routes


Beautiful spot by the Spey

Aberlour Distillery, Walkers Shortbread, Speyside Way Visitor Centre, Salmon & trout fly fishing, Photography, Alice Littler Park


Hidden Jewels

Glen Grant Distillery, Rothes Golf Course, Trout Fishing, Walking around Rothes, Rothes Castle, Mountain Biking on Ben Aigan section of Moray Monster Trails.


Moray Towns