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Beautiful Moray

The beautiful county of Moray in the North East of Scotland is a truly wonderful place to have the most amazing holiday.

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Moray genuinely has something to offer everyone! Lossiemouth is a very popular seaside town that is often referred to as the Jewel of Moray. It has beautiful long sandy beeches overlooking the Moray Firth and is one of the best areas to go dolphin and whale spotting from the shore. For the more adventurous there are fantastic opportunities for outdoor pursuits including kayaking, sailing, surfing and diving to name a few!

Lossiemouth is a very popular seaside town that is often referred to as the Jewel of Moray. It has beautiful long sandy beeches overlooking the Moray Firth and is one of the best areas to go dolphin and whale spotting from the shore. For the more adventurous there are fantastic opportunities for outdoor pursuits including kayaking, sailing, surfing and diving to name a few!

A visit to Moray would not be complete without a trip to the award winning Macallan Distillery or the nearby famous Glenfiddich Distillery. Explore the production process behind these renowned single malt whisky’s and enjoy a dram afterwards!

There are beautiful coastal and woodland walks. The Cairngorms mountain range is a relatively short distance away. In winter there is skiing (at the Cairngorms and Lecht) while in the summer the mountains lend themselves to biking, climbing and hiking.

There are many historical attractions in the area to unearth, each with its own fascinating history. Brodie Castle and the ruins of Elgin Cathedral are among some of the finest examples.

Food is a massive part of Moray life! World renowned brands such as Baxter’s Food Group and Walkers Shortbread are based nearby. There are many wonderful restaurants that all have their unique take on fine cuisine with an emphasis on local produce.

How to get here

By Road

Head North on the A9 through the Cairngorms. Then take the A95 to the heart of the Moray area.

From Aberdeen or Inverness, take the A96 road to Elgin; Westbound or Eastbound respectively.

Don’t be afraid to follow Sat Nav – you’ll be taken on some of the most stunning routes that Scotland has to offer!

By Rail

Head North on the A9 through the Cairngorms. Then take the A95 to the heart of the Moray area.

There are a number of railway stations in Moray including Elgin, Keith and Forres. Trains arrive in Elgin from Inverness and Aberdeen, both of which are served by trains to and from London Kings Cross, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The south of the Moray area lies in the north of the Cairngorms, close to Aviemore. Trains from London travel directly to Aviemore.

For more information and/or to check train times and prices, visit scotrail.com or nationalrail.co.uk.

By Air

The closest airports to Moray are Inverness and Aberdeen, both of which have connections with many cities across the UK and Ireland and mainland Europe. There are regular flights to Amsterdam Schiphol and onward International connections.

Both airports are approximately 45 minutes from Elgin.

For more information and/or to check flight times and prices, visit invernessairport.co.uk or aberdeenairport.com.

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