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Brora Surfer in action in winter #WHISKY Fishing Boats in Brora Harbour Hogmanay Celebrations at Brora Harbour Red Deer and other wildlife Loch Brora in tilight

Brora Activities....

Active, passive and even peaceful, the visitor shouldn’t waste too much time working out what to do next in Brora, as there is something for everyone - why not start with a local walk - how about Brora to Golspie - (to walkhighlands)

Just [click] on the images of interest below for further information.

Rogart crofting landscape

View up the Brora, excellent fishing and wildlife spotting

Whisky distilling can be seen in action in the Clynelish Distillery

The Harbour, still used by

small fishing boats today

Exceptional links golf on this James Braid original from1923

Rogart Crofting Landscape at the back of Loch Brora Beach at Brora at dawn

Dunrobin Castle and Grounds

Looking up the Brora from Harbour (ice house on left)

Brora Beach at Dawn

Looking up the River Brora from the Harbour with Ice House on bank DUNROBIN CASTLE

Loch Brora

Birdwatching over sea, land, shore & loch

Birdwatching in Brora Moray Firth Bottlenose Dolphin leaping Basking Seal Hauled up in Brora Red Deer in glen loth and other wildlife Ducks photographed on Loch Brora #SURFING #PLACES

Sea and shore based mammals, even hardy winter surfers!

Deer and many other wild animals inhabit the mighty glens around Brora

Hogmanay 2009 seaside fireworks

Swimming Pool

Places of worship

Football Brora Rangers

Arts, Crafts and Local Brora Produce

Arts, Crafts & Local Produce

Bliss for Beauty treatments, nailcare, Skincare, complimentary therapies, massage,  reflexology

Beauty treatments, nailcare, Skincare, complimentary therapies, massage,  reflexology

Horse Riding

#riding #shops

Specialist Shopping

Brora Golf Club



Brora centre with old alarm clock that still does the job!