Uncover Hidden Histories, gaze upon Dark Skies, experience new Adventures and breathe in the Natural Beauty of this special place.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
Whether you’re into action packed adventures or peaceful strolls in the outdoors, there is an itinerary to suit everyone all year round.
Stargazing and Nature
THINGS TO DO
From outdoor pursuits and wildlife to historic sites and stunning landscapes, explore all there is to see and do in Tomintoul and Glenlivet.
EXPLORE TOMINTOUL & GLENLIVET
VISIT ITINERARIES HERE
Tomintoul and Glenlivet lies in the upper reaches of Moray Speyside and on the eastern gateway to the Cairngorms National Park. It is easily accessible by road, lying along the scenic driving routes of the Snowroads and the North East 250.
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The Gateway to the Cairngorms National Park
Tomintoul and Glenlivet holds a special charm, not just for its unspoilt natural beauty, but also for its diversity of landscapes, wildlife and its rich history and heritage.
Take some time to discover and explore this special place from the solitude of the former Scalan seminary in the Braes of Glenlivet, to the world famous working distilleries of Speyside. Stop off in Tomintoul, the highest village in the Highlands, explore the vast Glenlivet Estate on foot or by bicycle or simply be amazed by the stars in some of the darkest skies found in the UK.
Tomintoul and Glenlivet is a great base to explore the forests and mountains of the wider National Park and travel the exhilarating Snow Roads and North East 250 scenic routes. To the north and east, the more gentle landscapes of Moray can take you on a cultural journey, to sample the Whisky Trail and visit the beautiful coastline and beaches of Findhorn and Lossiemouth. Also within easy reach is Balmoral in Royal Deeside to the south and Loch Ness to the north.