Welcome to Nairn in Scotland
Nairn is an attractive seaside town of 11,000 people who enjoy a prime location on the Moray Firth coast just 16 miles east of Inverness.
A popular holiday destination since Victorian times, Nairn has a host of features which continue to offer a unique holiday experience.
You can enjoy sandy beaches, riverside walks, the promenade with fantastic views over the Moray Firth, golf on two championship golf courses, Nairn Museum, the Fishertown, restaurants, shopping and the Harbour.
Nairn is also an excellent base for exploring the Highlands of Scotland. Within an hour's drive are Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, Clava Stones, Loch Ness, Castle Urquhart, Culbin Forest and the new viewpoint tower, the Cairngorms National Park, Cairngorm Mountain Railway, the Strathspey Steam Railway, Ballindalloch Castle, Elgin Cathedral and the Whisky Trail.
Nairn is a centre of golfing excellence with two 18 hole championship courses - the Nairn Golf Club and Nairn Dunbar Golf Club which between them have staged the 1999 Walker Cup in 1999, Scottish Ladies' and Girls' Championships, Scottish Men's Championship, British Ladies' Championship, the Amateur Championship, the Vagliano, Jacques Eglise Trophy and the Northern Open. Nairn Golf Club hosted the Curtis Cup in 2012.
Within a 60 mile radius of Nairn, you have 40 golf courses to pick from.
Nairn is also the ideal place to set up business, and to live and work - with a quality of life that is second to none.
This site is owned by the Nairnshire Partnership and maintained by the Highland Council (Nairn). It has been jointly funded by Highland Council and HIE Inner Moray Firth.
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