About Moray

Visiting moray as a tourist a tour of Moray should be at the top of your list of activities. You won’t be disappointed if you are interested in beautiful countryside and wildlife. There’s the Cairngorm mountains and Cairngorm National Park in the south and miles of beautiful coastline in the north. and much of the coast is sandy beaches. Bottlenose dolphins can be seen from the shore and the Scottish Dolphin Centre at Spey Bay should be included in your schedule.

Moray is a top destination for sea fishing, as well as salmon and trout fishing on the world famous River Spey and the River Findhorn. There are eight 5 star visitor attractions in the area as well as 16 golf courses, including a famous championship links course at Lossiemouth.   There are activities such as horse riding, mountain biking, walking, field sports, hiking, hill walking, climbing, camping and caravanning, sailing, diving, water skiing and winter skiing.   Moray is the county of Macbeth and is steeped in history, with a wealth of castles, historical buildings and sites to explore.   Moray is whisky country and has the only Malt Whisky Trail in the world with Dufftown hosting the annual Spirit Of Speyside Whisky Festival