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Moray
Moray

places to visit

Moray

Landscapes and sunsets

The largely undiscovered Moray coast offers miles of red sandstone cliffs that spill down to fine sandy beaches split by dramatic rocky headlands, and a chain of small towns, sleepy villages and fishing ports. The gentle breezes and warm sunshine of lazy summer days give the place a restful, relaxing air, and the evenings are a magical time too, with this part of Scotland renowned for its superb sunsets.

Exploring Elgin
Elgin, the commercial and administrative centre for Moray for over eight centuries, stands on a meandering loop of the River Lossie in a richly fertile agricultural district known as the Garden of Moray. Although the townscape has been reworked and rebuilt over the years, it retains a medieval street plan with narrow alleyways leading off the broad main street, a cobbled market place, and some fine old 18th- and 19th-century buildings. Elgin has long been a favoured tourist centre for exploring the north-west corner of Grampian and offers a host of attractions.

Recommended in Moray

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Cluny Bank

A Victorian house where warm, attentive service creates a homely feel.
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Premier Inn Elgin

Just a short drive from the sea, and convenient for the legendary Loch Ness.
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Franklin's at Cluny Bank

Sophisticated classical cooking and warm hospitality in a smart setting.