All this… right on your doorstep

Forres makes the perfect base from which to explore Moray. Whether it’s bracing mountain bike trails, exploring the malt whisky trail or sampling the culinary produce synonymous with the area, you’ll need a holiday to get over your holiday!

Why visit Moray?

The flat sands of Lossiemouth east beach

Moray is becoming a priority destination for walkers, cyclists, whisky drinkers, nature lovers, photographers, or those just wanting to get away from it all.

It’s coastline is regarded as one of the best in the world with almost-deserted sandy beaches that stretch for miles, and cliffs punctuated with wildlife havens and caves.

The fishing ports have given way to yachting communities and food produced on the land and from the sea is the best you could expect anywhere in the world.

Moray is malt whisky country

Speyside is known the world over as being at the heart of malt whisky country. With more distilleries per square mile than anywhere else in the country, or even the world, it’s an ideal place to learn more about the spirit as a beginner, or delve deeper into the history and processes of making it. Many distilleries are open for tours, and have visitor centres. The history of whisky in this area is fascinating.

A walkers’ paradise

Three gravel paths form a giant triangle known as the Moray Way, a 95-mile route that takes in three shorter tracks, the Speyside Way, the Moray Coast Trail and the Dava Way, all join to encompass some of the best things Moray has to see and do.