Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire

A vast area of the north east of Scotland, providing an abundance of reasons to visit.

Aberdeenshire G.jpgAberdeenshire is one of the 32 unitarycouncil areas in Scotland and a lieutenancy area. The present day Aberdeenshire council area does not include the City of Aberdeen, now a separate council area, from which its name derives. Aberdeenshire borders Angus and Perth and Kinross to the south, and Highland and Moray to the west.
 
 

The plethora of market towns, seaside towns, Royal burghs, picturesque villages, rolling hills and farmland makes Aberdeenshire a popular destination, especially amongst those with a great love for the outdoors. It is home to many interesting trails including the Castle Trail, Coastal Trail, and the Victorian Heritage Trail as well as the Cairngorms National Park - Britain's largest national park.

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Turriff

A bustling farming town, home to Delgatie Castle which dates from the 11th Century. Set in the heart of the Aberdeenshire, yet easily accessible!

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Fraserburgh

Stunning golden coastlines and home to Scotland’s first lighthouse. Stroll along the beach, enjoy seaside life and the surrounding parks and walks…

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Banff

Banff is one of Scotland’s most attractive and best preserved coastal towns and an excellent base from which to explore the Moray coastline

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Banchory

A lovely ‘get away from it all town’ with its plentiful shops, restaurants and attractive park. Enjoy a day of shopping, eating, relaxing and (in season) watching the salmon leap upstream from the Brig o’Feugh!

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Cairngorms National Park

The Cairngorms National Park is the largest in Britain with a plethora of outdoor activities to be experienced and many towns and villages to visit and enjoy.

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Stonehaven

Stonehaven has many things going for it, from the popular Dunnottar Castle, to an Olympic sized outdoor heated pool, farmers markets and famous annual events…

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Braemar

Braemer is arguably best known for its major Highland Games, which attracts a whole host of personalities, celebrities and thousands of locals and visitors. It is also a place of great beauty – perfectly situated for lovers of the great outdoors.

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Royal Deeside

Royal Deeside is so called because of its connections to the Royal Family who spend many happy family holidays at Balmoral Castle. The area boasts spectacular scenery and many attractive towns

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