The Moray Coast

The Moray coast is one of Scotland's best kept secrets. Enjoy a day out beside the sea and soak up the atmosphere of it's fascinating fishing villages and beautiful beaches.

Golden Beaches

Wide expanses of golden sand invite visitors to stop a while and admire views of Caithness across the Moray Firth. Quaint shops and quality restaurants compete for your attention as you explore this hidden gem.

Historic Cities and Villages

Visit the historic city of Elgin and admire the ruins of Elgin Cathedral, burnt to the ground by Alexander "The Wolf of Badenoch" in the 15th century.

Bowfiddle Rock The Bowfiddle Rock Pennan Pennan The Beach at Lossiemouth The Beach at Lossiemouth Elgin Cathedral Elgin Cathedral Cawdor Castle Cawdor Castle Grant Park Forres Grant Park Forres Seals by The Moray Firth Seals by The Moray Firth Cullen Viaduct Cullen Viaduct Findochty Harbour Findochty Harbour On The Moray Firth On The Moray Firth Bottlenosed Dolphins Bottlenosed Dolphins

Iconic Wildlife

Discover the rich bird life of the Moray Firth at Findhorn and Culbin Sands Nature Reserves. Remember to keep an eye out for the bottle nosed dolphins that are often spotted along this stretch of coast.

Historic Castles

Drop by Cawdor Castle, the splendid house and home of The Dowager Countess Cawdor. Enter Scotlands medieval past as you cross the drawbridge, climb the winding stairs and gaze into the forbidding dungeons.


Retail therapy is also available close at hand in the form of several world famous Scottish brands including Walkers Shortbread, Baxters Foods, Johnston's Cashmere and Brodie Countryfare.

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