THINGS TO SEE & DO
Nairn Central beach is a sandy accessible beach fringed by dunes. Beautiful views across the Moray Firth to the Black Isle. The coastline is home to resident schools of dolphins. Popular family beach with paddling pool, tea rooms and a summer activity programme.
A favourite with locals and tourists alike, it is sited between Findhorn and Burghead. The entrance to the beach is through a forest of Scots pines. There are excellent facilities with picnic tables and barbecue pits in the trees. There is a children’s woodland play park and well maintained toilet facilities which include an outdoor shower. There are walks through the trees, all information is displayed on notice boards. The path through the woods takes you down on to the sandy shore, miles of sand which is sheltered by the trees and dunes, a great beach to spend a day out.
West Beach, Lossiemouth
Another popular beach, brilliant for a family day out. At high tide most of the sand is covered but as the sea recedes lots of rock pools are exposed. The sea is shallow for a long way out and on hot days is heated by the warm sand. There is plenty of parking on the esplanade which is right next to the beach. The sands curve round to Covesea Lighthouse which is now a visitor centre.
Eden Court Theatre & Cinema
Cinema & theatreContact:
Bishops Road, Inverness
On the outskirts of Findhorn village is the world famous Findhorn Foundation, a thriving holistic community and eco-village which is a haven for many from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Visitors are welcome to walk around the community and see the various projects in action.
Lossie Folk Club
Lossiemouth Folk Club meets every Tuesday, 8:30pm at the Beach Bar, in Lossiemouth. Everyone's welcome from players to listeners, with an eclectic mix of music being played from Traditional Folk, to Contemporary, self penned songs and tunes. Throughout the year they have guest artists that come to play, raffle nights and also a festival held the 3rd weekend in July.
The Ironworks Venue
122b Academy Street, Inverness
The Loft at East Grange, Kinloss
East Grange is a family run farm which has evolved into a multi-activity centre based around the loft coffee shop & bistro (which is an eat scotland accredited restaurant and bar) and venue. Offers a wide range of activities ensuring that your experience is the best it can possibly be! From Quad Bikes to Archery, Grass Sledging and Laser Tag – It caters for all tastes!Contact:
East Grange, Kinloss,
The Warehouse Theatre, Lossiemouth
One of the very few venues hosting music, theatre & comedy in the North East of Scotland. Dedicated to promoting the arts at a local, national & international level, The Warehouse Theatre is one venue where you can discover the delights of the arts on your door step. Open all year.Contact:
Pitgaveny Quay, Lossiemouth
Universal Hall, Findhorn
Hosts a variety of events and performances throughout the year including contemporary music, scottish chamber orchestra, scottish opera, dramatic performances, touring theatre companies, comedy, dance, film, children’s entertainmentContact:
Cooper Park, Elgin
Cooper Park, in the centre of Elgin, was gifted to the people of Elgin in 1903 by Colonel George A Cooper. There is a large boating pond with pedal boats for hire over the summer months. Elgin Library is situated at the edge of the park and hosts occasional art exhibitions in the gallery room. The park also has tennis courts and a large children’s play area.
Elgin Kart Raceway
Located just outside Lhanbryde is the kart track for Arrive & Drive, Mini Grand Prix and Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting.Whether you're looking for a fun day out for the family, a team building event with a difference or a corporate hospitality day with a buzz, then Elgin Kart Raceway is the place for youContact:
01343 843666 / 07769 882582