Landmark Visitor's Guide


The Coast below Aberdeen




Aberdeen to Braemar

Aberdeen to Keith

The Moray Coast

The coast road from Aberdeen

Additional Information

Landmark Visitor's Guide

Aberdeen And The Grampian Region

The Grampian area is one of the largest regions in Scotland, comprising the former counties of Aberdeenshire, Banffshire, Kincardineshire and Morayshire. It is acknowledged for its quantity and quality of castles as well as whisky distilleries but there are many more natural delights found around the coast or the varied interior, which stretches all the way to Strathspey on its western side.

The main route from the south to the principal city of Aberdeen is the A90. The A94, as shown on older maps still in circulation, has been re-designated as the A90 to coincide with the upgrading on the main section from Dundee to Aberdeen. This is the fastest route from central Scotland to Aberdeen but the coastal road, the A92, is more scenic and less busy.

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