The North East 250 takes you through Speyside and into the Cairngorm National Park, before passing through the quaint Royal Deeside and into the heart of the Granite City – Aberdeen. The route then follows the spectacular North Sea coastline that is scattered with historic fishing villages, back to us at Sandend Holidays.
The route starts in Inverness and winds west to Applecross, then north towards Torridon and Ullapool. The route covers the most northerly mainland coastal points in Scotland, Caithness and John O’Groats before heading south through Dingwall and returning to Inverness.
Guide Charters offers you the opportunity to take a boat trip aboard the “Guide” or the “Seacat”. Currently, we offer a choice of either 2 or 3 hour wildlife trips or 3 or 5 hour sea angling trips. So, whether you’d like a tour of the stunning Banffshire coastline, wildlife or bird watching on the Moray Firth or even a relaxing fishing trip, complete with tackle, we at Guide Charters can help.
Quite possibly the most beautiful beach! Off the beaten track it does not get crowded and has a serene feel. The soft white sand and beautifully clear waters here are also a major draw. Walking distance from Sandend Holidays.
Inverboyndie is a laid-back surfing beach. The enchanting blue waters entice surfers to search for the best waves.
Balmedie beach is a dune system that stretches 14 miles from Aberdeen to north of the river Ythan at Newburgh.