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Things to Do in Moray Speyside

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.

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

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.

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The Macallan distillery producing single malt Whiskey distillery situated in Aberlour, Moray. The Macallan distillery was founded by Alexander Reid, a barley farmer and school teacher in 1824. The original name of the area was “Maghellan”, taken from the Gallic word “magh”, meaning fertile ground and “Ellan”, from the Monk St.Fillan – who held a […]

The Glen Grant scotch whisky Distillery Visitor Centre & Garden is based in Rothes, Moray. The Distillery has been producing single malt whiskey and has been doing so since the late 19th century. Accompanied by the distillery there is gorgeous gardens with flowers from around the world, trees, wooden bridges and a waterfall. In 1839 […]

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. […]

When James Gordon and John Alexander MacPhail announced the opening of their central and commodious premises on South Street, Elgin, on 24th May 1895 they would be proud to see it still trading today. When you visit the shop you will be greeted with the aroma of home cooked local gammon, the largest selection of […]

Nelson Tower was built by the Forres Trafalgar Club to commemorate Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar. From the top it affords spectacular views of the town and Findhorn Bay while it overlooks the town from the summit of Cluny Hill. The foundation stone was laid by James Brodie of Brodie on the 26 August 1806 […]

Founded in 1877, Strathlene Buckie Golf Club is the epitome of ancient antiquity when it comes to Scotland golf, as it’s one of the oldest golf clubs in the nation. A cliff top links course, Strathlene is notable in that it combines modern with old. You’ll play recently redesigned holes that will give players a […]