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Easter Ross and Inverness

A loosely defined area on the north-east coast above Inverness, Easter Ross encompasses the towns of Alness, Dingwall, Evanton, Invergordon, Kildary, Milton, Portmahomack and Tain. It’s an area rich in history, from the ancient Picts to whisky production and, due to it’s sea-bound nature, offers fantastic wildlife spotting opportunities including basking seals, migratory birds and the rare Capercaillie. A visit to the larger towns of Tain, Alness and Invergordon provides the perfect opportunity for a spot of retail therapy with numerous craft and jewellery outlets, independent shops and museums.

Inverness, the northern most city in the UK, sits at the mouth of the River Ness. Due to it’s strategic location, the city has a turbulent past, with wars waged between feuding Pictish families and rival clans, and a critical role in the Jacobite uprisings. This history is still very much part of modern day Inverness, and no visit is complete without a trip to the Castle, and medieval Church Street, home to the oldest surviving buildings in Inverness including Abertarff House, the Steeple and a Victorian Market. Being a city, there is also the usual variety of popular High street retailers, restaurants and pavement cafes.


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Fyrish Monument | Evanton

Built in 1782, by General Hector Munro, the Fyrish Monument is a representation of the Gate of Negapatam, a port in Madras, India, which General Munro took for the British in 1781.

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Mural Trail | Invergordon

A unique outdoor art gallery with a total of 11 large scale and colourful painted murals in a range of artistic styles.

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Inverness Castle

Although a fortification has existed on this site since the 11th Century AD, the structure seen today was erected in the 18th Century and reworked into a neo-Norman style 100 years later.

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Botanic Gardens | Inverness

Opened in 1993, Inverness Botanic Gardens, previously the Floral Hall and Gardens, are an oasis of calm and beauty within walking distance of the bustling city of Inverness

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