A small town on the Morayshire coast, Buckie retains its old world charm and rich fishing heritage to this day and provides a lovely location for a cottage holiday.
A walk through the town will take you past some of Buckie's listed buildings and St Peters Church and Cluny Lodge are just two examples of the striking 18th Century architecture that can be found here. Buckpool harbour, lighthouse and the former life boat station are also prominent landmarks in the town.
Visitors will find two golf courses and two outdoor bowling parks in town and for those with an interest in sailing, the large harbour and marina is a treat. Anyone who enjoys walking will be spoilt for choice, as there are several different routes that will take you along the spectacular coastline and into the countryside beyond.
For those interested in the history of Buckie's rich fishing tradition visit the District Fishing Museum which offers a great insight into the town's past inhabitants and their seafaring ways. The Buckie Drifter Maritime Heritage Centre also offers a wealth of information about the fishing industry on the Morayshire Coast.
Stunning beaches and the breathtaking rock formations at nearby Portknockie are the perfect way to spend a warm day and the abundance of wildlife adds to the area's vast appeal. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy a round at the 18 hole course at Strathlene Golf Club, where they can enjoy lovely views across the Moray Firth whilst teeing off.
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