Moray Firth Tourist Route

Driving Route


    The Moray Firth Route takes you in a semi-circle around three of the most beautiful inlets on the east coast of Britain as it heads north from the City of Inverness into the heart of the northern Highlands.

    The Moray Firth Route takes you in a semi-circle around three of the most beautiful inlets on the east coast of Britain - the Beauly, Cromarty and Dornoch Firths - as it heads north from the City of Inverness into the heart of the northern Highlands. On the way you can enjoy wonderful scenery (the Struie viewpoint over the Dornoch Firth will take your breath away), seals and clan history at Foulis Ferry, salmon leaping at Shin Falls, whisky being made at Glen Ord and Highland wine at Moniack Castle. You can walk to the Fyrish monument folly, visit Beauly Priory or learn about the archaeology of the north at Ferrycroft, Lairg - or you can enjoy shopping for crafts and woollens in the towns and villages along this driving route.

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    Open All Year
    2014 Opening Times
    1 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2014

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