Nestled in the world-famous whisky region, Elgin lies on the south coast of the Moray Firth roughly midway between Inverness and Aberdeen and straddles the River Lossie.
The town offers many pleasant characteristics, breathtaking scenery and a number of local distilleries including Glen Moray, Gordon & MacPhail and Glen Elgin, most of which have open days for the public and whisky trails.
The area offers a wealth of leisure activities, golf, sightseeing, distillery tours, dolphin spotting, walking, cycling, the list goes on and one but one thing is guaranteed, there is something for everyone.
There are an abundance of great restaurants and eateries locally and slightly further afield, here you will find some of the freshest local produce being served on a daily basis, being on the Moray coastline the region boasts some of the most amazing seafood all of which is caught and landed locally.
For everyday essentials there is a good choice of supermarkets and shops that will ensure your daily and weekly requirements are fulfilled.
The transport infrastructure serving Elgin is first class, Elgin lies on the main A96 trunk road connecting Aberdeen to Inverness, Elgin is served by both rail and road users, in addition Aberdeen and Inverness airports are just a short journey away.