In a stunning situation located on the banks of the Moray Firth, Nairn has much to offer its visitors. The long, wide sandy beach is a summertime haven for families and sun worshippers, and you may even catch a glimpse of the famous Moray Firth dolphins just offshore.
For something a little more sporty, play a round of golf in one of Nairn’s championship golf courses, both listed in the top 100 courses in Scotland. The famous Nairn Golf Club sits overlooking the Moray Firth for stunning views at every hole.
The Albert Inn is located in the ideal location to explore Nairn and the Scottish Highlands.
For history buffs, Scotland’s history is all around with the fairytale Cawdor Castle and 16th century Brodie Castle both nearby. William Shakespeare was particularly fond of Cawdor Castle, mentioning it in his famous play, Macbeth.
There are many opportunities to get active with local companies offering archery in the forest and kayaking and canoeing on the Moray Firth amongst other activities. The Highlands are also within easy reach offering numerous opportunities for hiking, climbing and mountain biking. Nairn also plays host to the Nairn Royal Highland Games each summer, with traditional Scottish dancing and piping, alongside athletics.