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Moray Speyside

Towns & Villages

Visit somewhere unique, somewhere memorable, somewhere adventurous and somewhere ancient. Moray (pronounced murr-ree) nestles between the Highlands to the west, Aberdeenshire to the east and the Cairngorms to the south. The region is well-known for its gentle climate and lush farmlands which lend themselves to food production, and of course, growing grain.

Directions

Public Transport Directions

Moray is set in the Highlands and is easy to reach by air, rail and car. The A82, A9 and A96 (which runs through Elgin) are the three main roads to and from the Highlands. The A95 which leads to Aviemore also runs through Moray. The area is also served by daily buses from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, while Inverness Airport is located just over an hour away, and Aberdeen Airport an hour and a half. Moray also benefits from a good local bus and rail network, linking the area’s towns and villages.