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Some of Banffshire's Highlights


Cullen Harbour

Built comparatively recently, to a design by Thomas Telford in 1817, Cullen Harbour is best suited to boats with a smaller draft. Tidally influenced, Cullen’s


Craigmin Bridge

Designed by Robert Adam in 1772, one of Scotland’s finest architects, the bridge spans the burn of Letterfourie, and leads to a mansion house of


Tarlair Swimming Pool

An art deco styled outdoor swimming complex designed and built between 1929 and 1931 and which quickly became a major attraction on the Moray coast.


George Duff Trafalgar Memorial

Similar ArticlesBiggar Fountain, BanffErected in 1878 in honour of Walter Biggar, a local herring exporter, the fountain stands on the original site of the Mercat


Duff House Bombing Memorial, Banff

During the second world war, Duff House served as a prisoner of war interment camp for German submariners, who were kept inside the house, surrounded


Red Well, Whitehills

A chalybeate well, one of only a handful in Scotland, the Red Well water is a natural mineral spring well with iron content which gives


Inchdrewer Castle

Just a few miles South-West of Banff, inland from Boyndie, Inchdrewer Castle, also known as Inch Druar in the late 17th century. The castle was


Inverboyndie Playground, Banff

With views of Banff Links beach, and a large grassy expanse for family picnics, the playground at Inverboyndie is second to none for family recreation.


Lusy Law Cairn

Situated in the heart of Lusy Law Woods, across the road from Banff’s new cemetery, is a tumulus from the Bronze Age that overlooks a


St Mary’s Auld Kirkyard, Banff

As a town, Banff’s origins are not fully understood yet, however a church dedicated to St Bey or St Columba is believed to have existed

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