Brora is a small village located in the Highlands region in the North of Scotland. It is home to a warm-hearted population of workers and includes many different things to do and sights to see when there.
It is a beautiful place, with stunning architecture and scenic nature surrounding the village. If you have never visited Scotland before then now is the time to do so, with Brora being one of the best places to visit when in the country and in particular the Highlands region.
It is placed along the North Coast 500, a five-hundred mile route going across the Highlands area with Brora being one of the main places to visit across this route.
Brora sounds great, but what are the attractions? What is there to see and do?
In this article, we will discuss Brora and what you can get involved with when visiting the location.
Attractions/Things To Do
There are many things to do when visiting Brora. Here are some of our favourites:
Dunrobin Castle is a magnificent building with a lot of history behind it. With its origins lying in the middle ages, it has since been renovated and converted into a museum for people to visit and learn about the history of Scotland and the region in general.
It has 189 rooms and is a very large building with a gigantic garden. If you are interested in somewhere to explore and learn about the history of Brora, Dunrobin Castle is certainly the perfect place for you to visit.
Brora Distillery is very close to Clynelish Distillery and are both in operation. They both have a long history of developing some of the most famous and delicious alcoholic drinks in Britain, and are known in particular for their single malt Scotch whisky.
Clynelish Distillery now has a visitors centre, where you can visit and learn about the history and culture of Brora and the people of Brora’s favourite drinks.
Brora Golf Club
If you are interested in sport, Brora Golf Club will certainly keep you entertained. This 18-hole golf course is very close to Brora Beach, and is very popular among people living in Brora.
Bring your family and friends, or come for a quiet, relaxing game of golf in the morning. It is up to you when you want to visit Brora Golf Club, but you should definitely check it out if you are interested in golfing and want to show off your skills.
Sights To See
There are many different sights to see when visiting Brora, from the surrounding nature to the architecture in the village. Here are some of our favourites:
Brora Beach is a gorgeous, luxury coast and is one of the main reasons why Brora is located along the North Coast 500. It is a stunning beach, with a lot to see and get up to when there. Whether it be going for a swim or building a sand castle, there is always something to do on Brora Beach.
Loch Brora is an eye-catching body of water with stunning views and mountainous regions in the background. If you are someone who is interested in the scenic side of Scotland then Loch Brora certainly deserves a visit.
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Visiting Brora will open your eyes to some of the most beautiful views in the country, and with many different things to do and sights to see, it is a no brainer that Brora is an excellent place for a trip.
If you haven’t already, take a look at our booking page for more information on Brora itself and on how you can get to our luxury NC500 Pods, the perfect accommodation for staying in Brora.