The Royal Burgh of Tain, the birthplace of St Duthac, is one of the oldest market towns in Scotland.  This ancient place of sanctuary has served as the market town for the Easter Ross Peninsula since 1066.

Home to the Clan Ross Centre and the world-famous Glenmorangie whisky distillery, Tain is a town waiting to be discovered with its Maitland Architecture, open-air market days, pipe band and its industry in forestry, food & drink production, fishing, art and pottery.

The town is especially renowned for its Old Tom Morris links golf course, with other courses nearby.