Nairn is a small seaside town in Scotland. It is on the Moray Firth and is close to many famous Scottish landmarks, including Inverness, Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle and Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness. It’s the perfect place to explore the Scottish Highlands during your next visit to Scotland.
This attractive town is one of the driest and sunniest places in the country so there are plenty of activities you can do on your next visit.
Golfing at Nairn Golf Club
Nairn’s magnificent golf clubs make it a popular holiday destination for golf lovers. The town has three golf clubs – Nairn Golf Club, Nairn Dunbar Golf Club, and Castle Stuart.
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This romantic Highland castle in Nairn has been rated five stars by the Scottish Tourist Board and offers jaw-dropping sights. The castle was the 14th-century home of the Thanes of Cawdor, however, it is most famous for its Shakespearian connections.
Nairn river is an excellent option for fishing. The best fishing months are from July to September. You can have an eventful day here as you will likely catch sea trout and salmon during these months.
Magical Culbin Forest stretches for more than 8.5-miles along Nairn’s coastline. It is home to spectacular landscapes and views of the Moray Firth. Here you can enjoy nature walks and discover an abundance of bird species in the woodlands.
The Clava Cairns
Being about 4000 years old, the Clava Cairns is the oldest site in Scotland. They are a collection of Bronze Age cairns and standing stones, hence, one of Scotland’s most evocative attractions.
The white sands and stunning blue water of the Nairn beach is undoubtedly worth visiting. You can enjoy magnificent sunsets here throughout the year and even more magical glimpses of the Northern Lights in the dark skies over the Firth during winter. For better accessibility, you can book your stay in the closest hotel to Nairn beach.
The Nairn Museum has a vast collection of artefacts, archives and an insight into the lives of the people of Nairn long ago. This is a perfect place to turn back a page of history and discover the rich stories of Nairn’s past.
Dulsie bridge was built in 1755 from Edinburgh, Glasgow. This bridge arches over the Findhorn river which allows excellent views.
Nairn Old Parish Church
This church is located off the high street of Nairn. The Church is beautiful, with stunning stained-glass windows and a magnificent bell tower on one end of the building.
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