North of Inverness

Much lies to the north of Inverness, the Moray Firth with the most northerly pod of residential dolphins, to a number of towns, historic sites and the home of the cruise liners at Invergordon. For those who are really intrepid you can even go up to the Orkney Isles and back for the day.

Avoch

Avoch

A cairn & flagpole were erected on Ormonde Hill in the village of Avoch in 1997 to mark the 700th anniversary of the raising of the Scottish Standard.

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Day Trip Route North of Inverness

Day Trip Route North of Inverness

about 100 mile circular route north of Inverness which take you to some superb places, through fabulous Highland scenery

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Cromarty

Cromarty

Cromarty is the most perfect example of an 18th century Scottish Sea Port.

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Alness

Alness

Alness is located on the Cromarty Firth. The River Averon runs through the town dividing it into two. Famous for it's floral displays.

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Dingwall Historic Trail

Dingwall Historic Trail

one of the smallest chartered burghs in Britain. Granted its burgh rights by Alexander in 226. The Vikings had their court of justice here

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Tain

Tain

Scotland's oldest Royal Burgh, a town with a fascinating history, set on the beautiful Dornoch Firth.

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Strathpeffer Village

Strathpeffer Village

consists of a collection of Victorian hotels and villas, built up around a spa which has been called ‘Scotland’s answer to the Bavarian Watering Place

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