Nairn is a popular holiday destination for families, couples and for individuals wanting a holiday away from the hustle and bustle of modern day living yet close enough to Inverness and city life in the Highlands.
Nairn is close to many historic sites, wonderful scenery and villages which provide you the opportunity to visit and discover for yourself historic Scotland's castles and ancient battlefields. The area has beautiful beaches and scenery over the Moray Firth.
Nairn is a great choice for a golf holiday in the Highlands of Scotland with many golf courses within a short drive of the town and The Nairn Golf Club and the Nairn Dunbar Golf Club within the town boundaries along with the nearby Castle Stuart which has superb views over the Moray Firth and the Black Isle.
Nairn Harbour and Marina with view over to Caravan Park
Visit Places near Nairn
Commonwealth War Graves at Kinloss Abbey
The Auldearn doocot is over 250 years old and was built on the site of the twelfth century Castle of Ern. The hill overlooks the site of the Battle of Auldearn (1645).
Auldearn Antiques in two miles from Nairn and is well worth a visit for anyone looking for a bargain and unusual items. Visit website for more details www.auldearnantiques.co.uk
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