Easter Ross & Black Isle City Guide
Easter Ross is full of history and romance – an area blessed with a fabulous pictish past, unsurpassed views from the Fyrish monument and seals basking along the shoreline.
You could easily spend a few days visiting the fascinating seaboard villages, following the Pictish Trail and drinking in the scenery whilst sipping a glass of the local Glenmorangie whisky.
The area contains a little over 4000 dwellings which are home to just over 9000 residents. The majority of the Easter Ross population lives in the three towns of Alness, Invergordon and Tain which are all located along the A9 corridor between the Cromarty Bridge and the Dornoch Bridge.
Fairy Glen Falls
Tollie Red Kites RSPB Visitor Centre
Hugh Millers Cottage, Cromarty
South Sutor walk
Nigg Old Church & Pictish Stone
Nigg Bay Nature Reserve
Ben Wyvis National Nature Reserve
Ledmore and Migdale Wood
Tarbat Ness Lighthouse
Loch Fleet National Nature Reserve
Brora to Golspie Coastal Walk and Carn Liath Broch
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