Active leisure: Moray is a great place for all active sports ranging from golf to go carts and cycling to surfing and you don’t need to be an ‘expert’ to enjoy yourself.
Coast & Forest: With thousands of acres of woodland to walk in and mile upon mile of unspoiled beaches, you could spend your entire holiday enjoying the simplicities of nature and rarely see another person.
History and Heritage: . Explore the rich and varied heritage of Moray, from the fisher towns on the coast to the medieval abbeys and royal burghs inland. Connect with people from the past, from the Picts at Burghead to the Victorian pioneers from Elgin and Forres. Find out more about the people of Moray and the industries that shaped their lives: fishing, whisky and farming. Experience the local culture brought to life in our heritage centres and museums.
Walks and Trails . Moray has a stunning coastline with something of everything – wide sandy beaches, some dramatic cliffs, coastal formations and attractive fishing villages. As might be expected, it makes for an excellent walking route – the Moray Coastal Trail. Beginning inland at the fine country town of Forres, it soon hits the coastline at Findhorn, famed for its eco-community. From here the coastal walking begins across the forested back of the vast Burghead Bay.