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Tourist Information and Useful Links

Visit Scotland

The official site of the Scottish Tourist Board

Wild Scotland
Scotland's Wildlife and Nature Tourism Association

Moray Golf
Highlighting the very best of Moray's renowned courses

The Malt Whisky Trail
The only Malt Whisky Trail in the world...

The Castle Trail
Scotland's only Castle Trail

Spey Bay WDCS Wildlife Centre
The Spey Bay Wildlife Centre educate and entertain visitors about our wonderful natural heritage and our wonderful whales and dolphins.

Gemini Explorer
The Gemini Explorer offers daily Marine Wildlife Trips from Buckie, just 3 miles away. Most definitely a trip not to be missed!

The Macduff Sea life Aquarium
Macduff Marine Aquarium features marine life from the Moray Firth, Scotland’s largest bay, in a variety of exciting and innovative exhibits. Well worth a visit!

Buckie Town
A series of photographs of Buckie and the surrounding area.

Baxters of Speyside
Baxters Highland Village welcomes over 220,000 visitors a year. Set on the banks of the River Spey, near the small village of Fochabers, they have something for every member of the family.

Johnstons Cashmere
Established in 1797, Johnstons specialise in the manufacture of pure cashmere and offers seasonal collections of knitwear, accessories, home furnishings, fine fabrics and tweeds to top designers, quality retailers and customers around the world. Originally the mill steading, the Courtyard in Elgin is now home to the renowned Johnstons home collection and gift ideas to suit everyone.

Moray Tours
Moray Tours offer private sightseeing and ancestral tracing tours around Moray for up to 6 persons from friendly and knowledgable Bill Gordon.

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The Moray Firth at Findochty


The Moray Firth at Findochty


The Moray Firth at Findochty


The Moray Firth at Findochty