There are lots of things to do in Moray Speyside. It’s like it has been designed for outdoor activities with all sorts of walking and biking routes. Rivers for watersports from kayaking to white water rafting. Golf courses using the natural contours of the land making great golfing experiences. Whisky and now gin tours are popular atttractions. Lots of this is celebrated through festivals and highland games.
One of the most popular things to do is watch dolphins in the Moray Firth. Keop a look out while on a coastal walk or visit the dolphins spotting hotspots.
A beautiful coastline with lovely, sandy beaches. Often uncrowded and peaceful.
Scotland is peppered with castles and Moray Speyside is no exception.
The Speyside whisky region is home to many of the best know single malts including Glenlivet, Macallan and Glenfiddich and there are others to dicover including Benromach and Glenfarclas.
From coastal golfing delights to the rolling countryside of Speyside, the area has plenty of courses to enjoy. Golf is a popular local activity with excellent courses and goood value green fees.
With a beautiful coastline and unspolied countryside, the region offers some excellent and unique photography.
If you are visiting in the summer months, look out for the chance to attend one of the Highland Games.
The area is ideal for water sports, mountain biking and walking.
Speyside is home to many whisky distilleries but it’s now becoming well known for its gin production. Take a gin tour to find out more.
If you are a food, whisky, music, gin or walking fan (or if you are a fan of them all) we have some great festivals.