Things to Do in Moray Speyside Scotland

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The contrasting landscape of Moray Speyside presents multiple opportunities for adrenaline junkies and sports enthusiasts.

A rugged coastline and mountains provide the perfect backdrop for climbing, mountain biking, rafting, sailing and hiking; whilst the rolling slopes and flatlands lend themselves ideally to gentler activities of walking, golfing and cycling.

Visit a whisky distillery, take a RIB trip to see dolphins, cycle, ride or run your way to the high tops or onto the coast or visit one of our many castles, attractions or beauty spots.

Moray’s low rainfall, warm sunshine and mild coastal airs make our golf courses playable all year round.

Designers such as James Braid, Sir Henry Cotton and Tom Morris have made their mark on the region’s courses, and famously, former British Prime Ministers Ramsay MacDonald and Herbert Asquith counted Lossiemouth’s Moray Golf Club among their favourites.

From classic coastal links at Moray and Cullen to courses with grand views of the hills, such as the course at Rothes, Moray Speyside is the perfect holiday destination for golf-loving visitors.

Check out more about golf in the region on the Moray Speyside Golf website where you can browse all of the golf clubs in the area.

One of the very best ways to get an overview of the grand landscapes around the area is on horseback; a range of local providers offer guided rides and treks using local knowledge to take their guests over high ground and valley - all of it ideal terrain for sturdy Highland horses.

Moray Speyside is also a fabulous place for road cyclists, with a wide range of routes offering something for cyclist of all abilities, from short, circular routes to epic adventures in the remote hills and valleys of Speyside and the Cairngorms.

As you can see, there is a huge selection of things to do in Moray Speyside Scotland.

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The castle ruins crown a lonely hilltop with dramatic views over the surrounding hills. Auchindoun Castle was built about 1480 by Thomas Cochrane, Earl of Mar and favourite of James III. It still retains fine architectural details and is surrounded by the ramparts of an Iron Age hillfort. Accessible on foot only, route is steep […]

A registered charity (SC028270), Moray Art Centre offers an annual programme of local and international exhibitions, events, classes and arts residencies, along with interesting and flexible spaces for rent, both for exhibitions and all types of meetings and events. The environmentally built and designed Centre is situated in the unique landscape of Findhorn Bay, Moray. […]

The fishing town of Buckie in the North East of Scotland has been keeping one of Scottish Golf’s best kept secrets for many a year – its links style course. Slightly elevated above the sea, the course boasts unbeatable views across the Moray Firth towards the hills of Caithness. Built on sand, Buckpool has fast, […]