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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.

Check the Glenfarclas website for the latest information.  The Glenfarcas distillery is a family business and has been since 1865. The distillery is situated in Ballindalloch, Moray. Glenfarcas distillery was established in 1836 by Robert Hay when he purchased a license to run a distillery on his farm, The distillery was later bought over by […]

Stuffed to the turrets with antique furniture, paintings and ceramics, the legacy of generations of Clan Brodie, this 16th-century castle is a slice of Scottish history not to be missed. Visit Brodie Castle in Moray and explore the rooms, passageways, and towers, all sensitively restored to show what everyday life was like for one of […]

Balvenie distillery produces single scotch whisky from Dufftown, Moray. The distillery is one of the most sought after known for its collectibles, owned by William Grant. Balvenie was built on 12 acres of land in 1892 by William Grant.

The Maverston Golf Course near Urquhart – a short drive from Elgin and Fochabers – offers golfers an inclusive, friendly, and welcoming environment in which to enjoy our 18-hole 6,335-yard Par 71 18-hole parkland course and a 9-hole, 1250-yard Par 3 course, Maverston Golf Course is set to compliment Moray’s fantastic array of golfing facilities […]

Originally a nine-hole course, Hopeman Golf Course was extended in 1985 making it one of the most demanding links courses in the North of Scotland. Most fairways are guarded by gorse and broom, adding an additional challenge to members and visitors alike. The 517-yard 4th hole  (par 5) has recently been changed to a dog […]

Crowned Visitor Attraction of the Year at the Icons of Whisky Awards 2022, The GlenAllachie is one of Scotland’s few independently owned and managed distilleries. Led by industry veteran, Billy Walker, who boasts an almost 50-year tenure in whisky, our passionate team are focused upon quality over quantity. Discover more about the award- winning Speyside […]

Interactive Visitor Centre featuring Sea King helicopter, Nimrod aircraft section, plus other aircraft cockpits. Large internal display area featuring aviation exhibits as well as a 7 metre diameter mobile planetarium. Planetarium is a unique attraction in its own right with shows giving visitors and exciting wrap around audio-visual experience from Moray’s night sky, to a […]

Johnstons of Elgin have been experts in the world’s finest fibres for over 225 years, crafting exquisite luxury products in our own Scottish mills. We now invite you to join us in an immersive experience at our Elgin mill, where our family business has worked with natural, renewable, biodegradable fibres since 1797. Witness the techniques […]

Originally built as a model farm in the 1920’s, Logie Steading near Forres has attractive sandstone buildings now house an enthusiastic group of individual businesses including the acclaimed Cafe at Logie Steading, artisan makers and retailers, often with specialist knowledge of their niche products. There is a whisky shop, a book shop, and even a […]