Moray is a great holiday location with lots of things to do, places to stay and good weather. Discover beautiful coastal towns and visit lovely, quiet beaches. Explore the historical inland market towns and tour Speyside. Use this visitor guide to help make the most of your visit.
There are lots of things to do in Moray including outdoor activities such as mountain biking, watching dolphins, touring distilleries, visiting castles, fishing and exploring museums. Use this online guidebook to find activities in Moray.
The guide highlights the well known beaches of Findhorn, Lossiemouth and Cullen and some hidden delights on the Moray Firth
Highlighting Elgin Cathedral, Dallas Dhu Distillery, Fochabers Museum, Moray Castles including Brodie Castle near Forres . .
Find self catering cottages lodges by the sea or deep in Speyside, hotels and bed & breakfasts in Moray.
Moray is the complete visitor attraction, In the North, the quiet, sandy beaches of the Moray Firth are ideal for dolphin spotting, relaxing and watersports with good windsurfing and surfing spots. Activities in Moray for tourists include fly fishing, golf, walking and mountain biking. There are many tourist attractions in the area. Spend a few hours visiting a Speyside distillery. Explore castles, museums and Pictish Stones. Shopping is a refreshing experience with antique, book and craft shops. There has always been a thriving arts culture but there's now an even greater choice of art, theatre and folk music with strong arts venues and festivals. Spend a day at one of the Highland games in Aberlour, Forres or Dufftown.
This visitors guide helps you plan your trip with things to see and do, activities, accommodation, eating out as well as useful tourist information. You can now book hotels, search for flights, check out the weather and book car hire using this guidebook.