A vast area of the north east of Scotland, providing an abundance of reasons to visit.
Aberdeenshire is one of the 32 unitarycouncil areas in Scotland and a lieutenancy area. The present day Aberdeenshire council area does not include the City of Aberdeen, now a separate council area, from which its name derives. Aberdeenshire borders Angus and Perth and Kinross to the south, and Highland and Moray to the west.
The plethora of market towns, seaside towns, Royal burghs, picturesque villages, rolling hills and farmland makes Aberdeenshire a popular destination, especially amongst those with a great love for the outdoors. It is home to many interesting trails including the Castle Trail, Coastal Trail, and the Victorian Heritage Trail as well as the Cairngorms National Park – Britain’s largest national park.
FraserburghThe town lies at the extreme northeast corner of Aberdeen, approximately 40 miles north of Aberdeen. Fraserburgh boasts several attractionsRead more » READ MORE
Turriffis a bustling farming town is home to Delgatie Castle which dates from the 11th Century. Set in the heartRead more » READ MORE
Royal DeesideRoyal Deeside is home to Balmoral Castle, lying in the shadow of the famous Lochnagar mountain, within the CairngormsRead more » READ MORE
BanffA popular coastal town in the Buchan area of Aberdeenshire that became a Royal Burgh in the 12th century. There areRead more » READ MORE
Cairngorms National Park
Cairngorms National ParkThe Cairngorms National Park takes in Britain's most spectacular landscape and is incredibly vast, both geographically and inRead more » READ MOREAddress:Grantown on Spey, UK
Tel:+44 1479 873535
BraemarBraemer is arguably best known for its major Highland Games, which attracts a whole host of personalities, celebrities and thousandsRead more » READ MORE
BanchoryBanchory is often referred to as the 'The Gateway to Deeside' and is an attractive town with plenty of shops,Read more » READ MOREWeb: www.visitbanchory.com
StonehavenHas been known historically for its fishing industry. Led by the herring fishery, the catch peaked around the year 1894Read more » READ MORE