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 Northern HighLights Pass is an easy to use, flexible pass for sightseeing in North-east Scotland. Discounted entrance to attractions, activities, experiences and more. Helps you plan and enjoy your visit, so you can do more for less spend. Helpful tips, information and hidden gems about the area. Includes interactive map and is available directly […]

The home of Eight Lands award-winning organic gin and vodka. Producing authentic, organic spirits with Speyside spring water, distilled and bottled at the family-owned Glenrinnes Distillery. Glenrinnes Distillery is an eye-catching, purpose-built distillery, completed in 2018 in Glenrinnes, Scotland. In keeping with Glenrinnes Farm’s organic ethos, the distillery is committed to excellence, with only the […]

The Cullen Sea School is run by the registered SCIO charity, the Three Harbours Association and is a warm and welcoming centre where you can enjoy an abundance of water sport activities, shore-based classes and even try your hand at boat-building. Our brand new building offers a small boat building/repair workshop, meeting/instruction space and showering/changing […]

We provide Tours & Transport around Moray, Speyside & Highlands. Airport transfers to & from Aberdeen & Inverness airports. Bespoke range of tours, whisky, food & drink, golf & local history. Why not travel along the Malt Whisky Trail, discover the Moray Coast and learn about Moray’s Heritage. Moray Firth Tours specialises in catering for […]

The Findhorn Foundation and Community is a spiritual community and holistic learning centre – an experiential search into new ways of living. We welcome guests to become part of the ongoing exploration. The Story of Findhorn The world famous Findhorn Foundation, Community and Ecovillage began in 1962 and is situtated on the beautiful Moray peninsula, […]