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8th October 2015 | Park News, Regional News

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Nairn Lochloy

I’ve been off on my travels again, doing my part for our 2016 brochure. As a member of the Marketing team I often have the pleasure of lending a helping hand with our holiday park photo shoots. This particular shoot had me exploring the beautiful Scottish Highlands, and here is what I found out about about the amazing area around Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park.

It’s one of the Driest & Sunniest places in Scotland!

The Moray Firth is often regarded as one of the driest and sunniest places in Scotland. My visit to Nairn certainly was no exception, that beach on warm sunny day is spectacular! There aren’t many places abroad you would get this weather… with these views.

It’s Drenched in CultureGolf2

Steeped in history and culture, Nairn was once a popular destination for Victorian holidaymakers who flocked to its sandy beaches, leaving a trail of extravagant architecture that can be seen in the town today. Nairn also hosts its own highland games, boasting to be one of the biggest events in the North. Not to mention nearby Cawdor Castle’s romantic links to Shakespeare’s Macbeth, well worth a visit!

Nairn is a centre of Golfing Excellence

Nairn has two 18 hole championship courses, hosting a wide range of prestigious matches in their time. If you’re a keen golfer why not give them a try, within a Nairn sunset fb susan edit60 mile radius of Nairn, you’ll find a whopping 40 immaculate golf courses to choose from!

Postcard Perfect Beach

With a stunning, award winning beach on your doorstep, Nairn has been labelled the ‘Brighton of the North’. The seafront is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, its rolling sand dunes and amazing views are not to be missed!

Charlie Chaplin’s No.1 Holiday Destination

If it’s good enough for Charlie Chaplin to holiday there every year, it’s definitely good enough for us! Who can blame him for visiting; it has everything you could dolphins-56953__180want from sandy beaches, amazing views, a quaint fishing harbour, riverside walks and so much more! Plus, if you’re a bit of a Jazz fan hop back to Charlie’s heyday with Nairn’s happening Jazz scene, featuring numerous evenings and international musicians performing.

Home to not just one, but two colonies of Dolphins!

Nairn’s Moray Firth coast is one of the few places in the UK special enough to be home to dolphins, these families of bottle nose beauties can be seen along Nairn’s shores and in the harbour. But you’ll have to get up early to catch a glimpse!

I had a wonderful time and can’t wait to visit again, maybe I’ll see you there!

Simone Bryce, Marketing Assistant

 

 

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