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  • Visit Nairn- A tourism guide featuring travel, eating out and places to visit in Nairn and the Scottish Highlands.
  • Nairn Fishing - The Nairn Angling Association offers 8 miles of Salmon & Sea Trout fishing.
  • The Nairn Golf Club - Traditional Scottish Golf Links Course created from a Highland wilderness of gorse and heather, and tests the talents of professional and amateur alike. Founded in 1887, it is now one of the best courses in Scotland, and has hosted a large number of important championships.
  • Nairn Dunbar Golf Club - The Club has hosted many National Championships, in 2009 the Scottish Ladies Under 21 Strokeplay, 2010 the World One Armed Championships and is host in 2011 to the Scottish Boys Strokeplay Championship and the North of Scotland Amateur Championship.
  • Culloden Battlefield - Since the mid-nineteenth century the battlefield has been a place of pilgrimage for people from Scotland and throughout the world. Some visitors are descendants of those who fought. Others are gripped by the extraordinary story. With ongoing archaeological research and fresh historical interpretations, the story of Culloden is far from over.
  • Fort George - Fort George is quite simply the finest example of 18th-century military engineering you’ll find anywhere in the British Isles. This vast garrison fortress was begun in the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden (1746), which crushed the final Jacobite Rising. It took over 20 years to complete and in the event it was never attacked. It remains virtually unaltered today, and still serves as an important military base.
  • Cawdor Castle - A magical name, romantically linked by Shakespeare with Macbeth. A superb fairy-tale Castle, and just what every visitor is looking for ...  Scottish history that you can touch and see and sense for yourself. Cawdor Castle is not another cold monument, but a splendid houseand the home of the Cawdor family to this day.
  • Brodie Castle - A strikingly handsome Scottish castle, located just 10 minutes from Nairn, Brodie is the embodiment of 16th-century grandeur. Home to a superb collection of porcelain, furniture and 20th-century art, and renowned today for its unique daffodil collection.
  • Culbin Sands Nature Reserve - Truly get away from it all at this remote and unspoilt reserve. Come during the winter and you'll see sea ducks feeding offshore, while from late summer to late spring, large numbers of bar-tailed godwits, oystercatchers and knots flock at high tide. Look out for our small flock of wintering brent geese.
  • Phoenix Dolphin Cruises - Family orientated boat trips for a maximum of twelve passengers depart throughout the day from Inverness Marina into the inner Firth.  Including the views of the Black Isle coastline there is a wide variety of wild-life to watch and photograph.  This may consist of the bottlenose dolphins, porpoises, seals, red kites, osprey and other species. 
  • Scottish Orienteering - Events, Clubs and Championship Information.
  • Ace Adventure - Scotland's best outdoor activities - in Aviemore, the heart of the Cairngorms.

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