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Al fresco drinks by the River Ness, Inverness
The market town of Dingwall, near Inverness
Inverness high street
Inverness Victorian Market, Inverness city centre
Nairn High Street
Go shopping in the Highlands for retail therapy from well-known national brands to local artists and craftspeople.
Hit the shops in Inverness where you can find independent boutiques and high street names, or explore the region’s rural shops and craft outlets for an array of jewellery, knitwear, pottery and tartan products. Many goods are made on the premises and are inspired by the Highlands' renowned scenery and culture. With majestic hills, beautiful shores and colourful moorland and hills, it's easy for the local artists in the Highlands to find inspiration for their work.
You may wish to visit Ragamuffin in Armadale, it's a quirky clothing store which sells the best in British and Irish knitwear, creative clothes and accessories from over 100 collections including their own inhouse label. Brodie Countryfare, near Forres, has a fine selection of quality clothing and exquisite jewellery and Burnside of Ballintomb is the place to go for fine handmade furniture.
Browse the listings of shops in the Highlands and plan your trip today.
Boogie Woogie is a well-established and very popular stopping off point for coffee and shopping half-way between Inverness and Aberdeen on the A96. Easy parking directly outside the shop. It has a relaxed atmosphere with friendly, helpful staff.