Tourist Information

Seals and seabirds on the Moray Coast.

Seals and seabirds on the Moray Coast.

Tourist Information

Useful Links

Website Portknockie:

www.portknockiewebsite.co.uk/news/process.php

Community website for Portknockie to catch up on the latest events and activities

Information for the Moray area:

This is Moray: www.thisismoray.com/

Tourist attractions near Buckie: Click this link to see a list

Buckie and District Fishing Heritage Centre: www.buckieheritage.org/

Moray Leisure Centre: www.moray-leisure-centre.co.uk/

Golf

www.scottishholidays.net/grampian-highlands/portknockie/golf/

Golfing facilities in the Moray Firth

Click this link for a list of golf courses in Moray

Walking

Walks in the local Moray Forth Area

https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/moray/elgin-buckie.shtml

Walks around Scotland (A Guide to walking in the Scottish Highlands):

www.walkhighlands.co.uk/

Days out and Attractions

Castles:

Click this link to see a list of nearby Castles in Moray.

Click this link to download a Guide to Scotland’s Castle Trail (opens as a PDF).

Whisky Distilleries and Whisky Tours

Aberdeenshire Whisky: https://www.visitabdn.com/food-and-drink/whisky/

The Malt Whisky Trail is made up of nine locations, each one sitting in the Speyside whisky region.

The Whisky Shop Dufftown: www.whiskyshopdufftown.co.uk/

Dufftown – The Malt Whisky Capital of Scotland: http://www.dufftown.co.uk/

Other Tours and Attractions

Puffin Cruises Fishing and Wildlife Trips: http://puffincruises.com/

Duff House (classical country house built in early 18th century Scotland): www.duffhouse.org.uk/

Knockando Woolmill: www.knockandowoolmill.org.uk/

Cairngorm Sleddog Centre: www.sled-dogs.co.uk/index.php

MacDuff, Scotland

MacDuff, Scotland, popular for boat trips and marine wildlife spotting in the Moray area.

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