Parkdean Resorts - Creating Amazing Memories
British Travel Award

Winners 2018!

0330 123 4850 0330 123 4850 Mon to Fri 8am - 8pm; Sat 8am - 7pm; Sun 9am - 8pm

Amazing Attractions near Nairn Lochloy

Building sandcastles, spotting dolphins, a family kick about by the dunes... having a golden beach seconds away from your door will make your holiday. But there's more to Nairn Lochloy than seaside fun!

You'll discover natural attractions in every direction, with the magical Culbin Forest in the east, the picturesque Moray Firth to the north, world-famous Loch Ness in the west and the UK's largest national park, the Cairngorms, to the south.

Plus this region is rich with history and culture, from atmospheric Cawdor Castle and imposing Fort George to Inverness' bustling Georgian shopping streets, there's a huge amount to see.

Select a Feature

Filter Attractions

Attraction Type


{{ctrl.map.window.model.title}}

{{ctrl.attractionContent.title}}

{{ctrl.attractionContent.address}} Visit Website
Back to List View
Sports and outdoors icon

The Nairn Golf Club

Seabank Road, Nairn, IV12 4HB
Visit Website

The crystal waters of the Moray Firth are the dramatic backdrop to this world-renowned Championship Link golf course in Nairn.

Find out more
Sports and outdoors icon

Bike Glenlivet

Kirkmichael Tomintoul, Ballindalloch, AB37 9AR


Visit Website

Explore the Cairngorms National Park in the most fun way possible - by bike! Hire one from this centre to ride awesome off-road trails.

Find out more
Historic attractions icon

Cawdor Castle

Nairn, IV12 5RD


Visit Website

This wonderfully striking 14th-century castle has fascinating associations with Shakespeare's Macbeth and within you'll uncover a wealth of historic treasures.

Find out more
Historic attractions icon

Fort George

Near Ardersier, Inverness, Inverness-shire, IV2 7TD


Visit Website

One of the most remarkable fortifications in Europe, this 18th-century masterpiece is overflowing with historical weapons, regimental memorabilia and military defences.

Find out more
Historic attractions icon

Dunrobin Castle

Golspie, Sutherland, KW10 6SF
Visit Website

Towering above idyllic gardens this historic castle looks like something from a fairytale with its grand facade and conical spires - a truly enchanting sight!

Find out more
Historic attractions icon

Blair Castle

Blair Atholl, Pitlochry, PH18 5TL


Visit Website

From Mary, Queen of Scots to Queen Victoria, this 700 hundred-year-old castle has hosted some of history's most famous figures.

Find out more
Sports and outdoors icon

Dava Way

Grantown-on-Spey, Moray, PH26 3PU


Visit Website

Following the route of the old Highland Railway, this 24-mile route passes through breathtaking countryside, offering a unique experience for walkers and cyclists alike.

Find out more
National parks and forests icon

Culbin Forest

Forres, Moray


Visit Website

This spectacular coastal pine forest is an ever-changing wonderland where you might just spy some of Scotland's rarest and most beautiful wildlife.

Find out more
National parks and forests icon

Cairngorms National Park

Highlands


Visit Website

Britain's biggest National Park is possibly its most diverse. Whether you're looking to stride mountains or simply take a quiet moment, there's something for everyone.

Find out more
Theme parks icon

Landmark Forest Adventure Park

Main Street, Carrbridge, Highland, PH23 3AJ


Visit Website

With runaway trains, wild water coasters and high wire paths running through the heart of an ancient woodland, it’s a thrilling day out for all.

Find out more
Local towns and cities icon

Killiecrankie

Perth and Kinross


Visit Website

This glorious river gorge played a key part in Scottish history but today it's also known for The Highland Fling bungee jumping experience!

Find out more
Local towns and cities icon

Inverness

Inverness-shire


Visit Website

The cultural heart of The Highlands. Inverness is rich with history and occupies one of the most striking riverside settings in the country.

Find out more
Landmarks icon

Falls Of Shin

Chany Glen, By Lairg, Sutherland, IV27 4EE


Visit Website

Witness one of the most spectacular sights in nature - Atlantic salmon leaping up a striking series of gorgeous waterfalls. Truly memorable!

Find out more
Landmarks icon

Loch Ness

Inverness-shire


Visit Website

Embark on a Nessie hunt and who knows, you might get lucky and spot the monster! If not there's plenty of forever-memorable views to compensate.

Find out more
Food and drink icon

Glenmorangie Distillery

Tain, Ross-shire, IV19 1PZ
Visit Website

Get to know Scotland's beloved tipple better with a tour of the Glenmorangie Distillery - the source of their beautifully smooth single malt scotch whisky.

Find out more
Local towns and cities icon

Dornoch

Sutherland


Visit Website

A Blue Flag winning beach, one of the world's finest golf courses, renowned whisky distilleries - no wonder people can't resist returning to Dornoch!

Find out more
Adventure activities icon

Craggan Outdoors

Craggan Golf Course, Grantown-on-Spey, Morayshire, PH26 3NT


Visit Website

Craggan Outdoors, 'The Active Heart of the Cairngorms', is an award-winning outdoor activity centre, based on beautiful Speyside in Grantown-on-Spey.

Find out more
Beaches icon

Nairn Central Beach

Nairn, The Highlands, IV12 4EN
Visit Website

Nairn Central Beach is a fantastic attraction in the centre of Nairn, yielding beautiful views across the Moray Firth to the Black Isles.

Find out more
Beaches icon

Lossiemouth East Beach

Lossiemouth, Moray, IV31 6JJ


Visit Website

Sweeping fine white sand, rolling clear blue sea and breathtaking views, Lossiemouth East Beach is the epitome of tranquillity.

Find out more