The far northeast coast of Scotland has a much gentler landscape than the west, with more rolling hills which slope downwards to meet fertile farmland and the sea.

The Easter Ross Peninsula, just off the NC500, with its attractive coastal villages and walks, is waiting for you with a warm welcome.

With its nature reserves, woodland walks, and glorious viewpoints looking over the Peninsula and along its three firths. It is our coastline that will grab most of your attention, with magnificent long sandy beaches and sites of historic interest just waiting to be explored.