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The 'city' of Brechin is situated on the banks of the River South Esk in rural Angus.
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Glen Lethnot is perhaps the least-known of the Angus glens but is worth exploring through the maze of country roads to the northwest of Brechin.
Montrose is a seaport and market town on the Angus coast between Dundee and Aberdeen.
One of the most beautiful beaches in Scotland, Lunan Bay has attracted many visitors throughout the ages, from Viking armies in the 10th century to generations of holidaymakers. Today it offers a secluded haven on the dramatic Angus coastline.
The beautiful village of Edzell is described as the 'jewel in the crown of Angus'.
Head to the Montrose Seafront for a fun-filled family day out and enjoy three miles of golden sand at one of Scotland’s most extensive beaches.
Letham was established in the 18th century, initially to provide homes for farm workers, and latterly for textile workers living and working in the area.
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Carnoustie is a small town on the Angus coast between Dundee and Arbroath, famed for its championship golf course.
Arbroath is most famous for its smoked haddock, but its picturesque and well-maintained beach is alone worth a visit the harbour town.
Glen Prosen is essentially a quiet wooded backwater, with all the wild and rugged splendour of the other Angus glens but without the crowds.