Braemar – Aberdeenshire: Complete Visitor Guide

Braemar is a small village in Aberdeenshire that is located near the River Dee. The village is a popular tourist destination due to the number of outdoor activities on offer with hikers using the village as a base to explore Glen Tilt, Glen Dee, Glen Derry and Glen Feshie.

The annual Highland Games Gathering is held in Braemar on the first Saturday in September and is traditionally attended by members of the British royal family.

Cullen – Moray: Complete Visitor Guide

While most visitors to Cullen will undoubtedly have an ‘ah, of course…!’ moment when they realise this pretty little village is actually the birthplace of Cullen Skink soup, they’ll likely have several more unexpected outbursts once they start roaming the gorgeous coastline that borders the village.

Duff House – Aberdeenshire: Complete Visitor Guide

The historic coastal town of Banff in the north-east of Scotland is becoming increasingly popular with tourists who visit in their droves to explore the rugged coastline and secluded coves and beaches that this part of the country is famous for.

Dallas Dhu Distillery – Moray: Complete Visitor Guide

Dallas Dhu began life as the Dallasmore distillery in 1898 when entrepreneur Alexander Edward saw an opportunity to meet the rising demand for fine malts to be included in the blends that were popular at the time. The distillery no longer produces spirit but is instead operated by Historic Environment Scotland as a tourist attraction.

Lossiemouth East Beach – Moray: Complete Visitor Guide

While the village of Lossiemouth is perhaps most famous for the enormous military air-force base which lies on its outskirts, those in the know flock there during the summer months to enjoy the gorgeous stretch of golden beach that runs along the village’s eastern side.

Spynie Palace – Moray: Complete Visitor Guide

Spynie Palace is located in the heart of the lovely Moray countryside, where the imposing walls of this immense building served as the fortified home to the bishops of Moray for over 500 years.