Rosemarkie has a beautiful sandy beach, rockpools and caves and the Black Isle is known for its varied wildlife. Dolphins, whales, seals and porpoises frequent Chanonry Point but also sea birds, birds of prey, deer, otters and pine martins live on the Isle.
Fortrose has a picturesque 19th century harbour and 13th century ruined cathedral. There are plenty of local attractions including children's play areas, pubs and restaurants we can recommend. On your arrival we will give you a tourist map and information on local events, as well as advice on the best dolphin viewing times and local walks.
There are plenty of children's play parks as well as a volley ball, tennis court and football pitch to play on. The local area is perfect for those with an interest in fishing, sailing, sea kayaking, wildlife, bird watching, photography and walking in beautiful scenery. We can point out all the local walks in the area. There are lots of day tours on offer in the highlands and islands, see the visit Scotland link below. If you don't want to drive to Inverness or Cromarty, the local bus service stagecoach no 26 will take you, or why not hire a bicycle? Please refer to the links at the bottom of this page.
There are some amazing craft/gift shops in the local villages and wonderful restaurants and pubs within easy walking distance from the campsite. We are happy to make recommendations and please visit our Facebook page for all the latest events.
(For information on Inverness see visitscotland link)
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