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The City Of Inverness


The capital of the Highlands, Inverness is the ideal base for your trip to the north of Scotland.  From here you can travel: North to John O'Groats; South to Aviemore and Speyside; west along the line of the Caledonian Canal to Loch Ness, Fort Augustus and beyond to Fort William or east to the golf courses of Castle Stuart (which hosts the Scottish Open regularly) or Nairn (which has hosted the Walker Cup).  At Nairn you'll discover magnificent beaches on the way out to lovely places such as Findhorn or Cawdor Castle.

The city itself is a tourist hotspot in the summer and a hive of activity throughout the year.  You'll find hotels and guest houses to suit every taste and budget, from quaint coutry house hotels to smart city-centre apartments.

There's a wide range of restaurants to choose from too.  This part of Scotland is where you'll find some of the best beef, lamb and seafood in the world and of course you can visit Speyside distilleries in one direction and Highland distilleries in the other.  Decide for yourself if there really is a difference between the products of each distilling region!

There's walking, boating, climbing, off-road driving, mountaineering, skiing, sailing, cycling, wildlife, music, culture, theatre, art, ... the list goes on and on.  So there's no excuse for not visiting!  And of course if you visit between April and October, there's no excuse for not taking to the water and searching for some dolphins!