Moray Scotland a Scenic Wonder in the Highlands

Moray provides an array of varying seascapes and landscapes. Situated in the north east of Scotland under the uspices of Grampian regional council the county borders Aberdeenshire and the now designated Highland region.

To the north it takes in the coastline a few miles west of Forres and travels east just past Cullen, then south to the east of Keith and Dufftown taking in a small part of the northern part of the Cairngorms National Park, back north to the east of Aviemore to the Moray coast.

Discover Moray Scotland

Burghead Village Moray Introduction

A sleepy coastal village with a caravan holiday park and an amazing history along with a stunning beach and forest walks.

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Lossiemouth Marina

Picturesque fishing town with good facilities, exceptional beaches and the river Lossie.

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View to Hopeman from the East Beach

A small fishing village with a popular holiday caravan park and two gorgeous beaches plus superb forest and coastal walks

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Colbach Bay, Cummingston

A small coastal village with access to an amazing rugged coastline with impressive cliffs and caves.

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Findhorn view over the bay on a sunny evening

A quaint and very popular village with locals and tourists that’s host to a pretty bay, extensive beach and a nature reserve.

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