Speyside Way

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Speyside is known for its beautiful rolling countryside, Scots pine and native woodlands, pretty villages and towns and as a haven for outdoor pursuits.

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What better way to discover all this than along the Speyside Way which begins at Cluny Square in the centre of the fishing town of Buckie and follows the coast west before heading inland along the course of the River Spey, passed villages, towns and famous distilleries, woodlands and rolling green countryside before ending in Aviemore.

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If travelling other than by foot, the historic villages of Findhorn, nestled on the edge of Findhorn Bay and Forres, with their own unique attractions, from Pictish standing stones to more distilleries , are equally appealing.

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The area is not just known for its superb scenery- and its drams – it also has a feast of history and culture, with castles a-plenty and museums to open the eyes to traditions and cultures of by-gone days.

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