Prise yourself away from Nairn’s beautiful beach, and renowned championship golf courses, and you’ll find a region crammed with activities.
Close by is Culbin Forest, a beautiful blend of woodland and sand dunes that’s a haven for rare wildlife, such as ospreys. But it’s the Cairngorms National Park that holds the area’s grandest natural treasures. This sprawling expanse of snow-capped mountains, mirror-like lochs and rugged moorland provides the most memorable outdoor adventures.
And the capital of the Highlands, Inverness is just a short drive from Nairn. Wander its historic streets and explore its magnificent castle, or visit neighbouring, world-renowned Loch Ness.
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A 14th century magical castle, romantically linked with Macbeth. So much Scottish history that you can touch, see and sense for yourself.
The Glenmorangie Distillery
Scotland's best selling malt whisky distillery since 1843 offers interesting facts about the unusual distillation process in place and a chance to see it being made.
Landmark Forest Park
This 30 acre outdoor activity park with a forest and nature trails, as well as a water coaster and a wildlife feeding area is a place the kids are guaranteed to love.
Nairn is a popular seaside resort with a beautiful seafront and harbour as well as a championship golf course and a range of shops and museum.
The capital of the Scottish Highlands, you can either soak up its history by visiting the castle and cathedral or spend the day making the most of all the shops, restaurants and bars.
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