Moray 2013

28th July - 3rd August
Whisky country and much, much more
True, it is home to dozens of the finest distilleries in Scotland, including many of the most famous, but it also has wonderful sandy beaches, fast-flowing and beautiful rivers, moors and mountains, including the superb Cairngorm National Park.

28th July - 3rd August

Whisky country and much, much more

True, it is home to dozens of the finest distilleries in Scotland, including many of the most famous, but it also has wonderful sandy beaches, fast-flowing and beautiful rivers, moors and mountains, including the superb Cairngorm National Park. Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, it is renowned for its benign climate.

Wildlife abounds -  dolphins in the Moray Firth, salmon in the rivers, ospreys on lochs, deer and birds of prey on the high hills.

Moray also offers indoor diversions including the chance to sample local produce such as shortbread, knitwear, salmon, smoked venison and other foods - and, of course, whisky.

Try these websites for more information on Moray and start planning your next Scottish 6 Days holiday now:
Moray Council
Visithighlands
ActiveScotland
This is Moray

17th Aug 2011