A short drive from Banff will take you to some quaint and historic villages and towns that have something for everyone.
Situated on the Banffshire Coast on the Moray Firth in North East Scotland, the Royal Burgh of Cullen has stunning sandy beaches and seascapes, coastal paths and an historic harbour designed by Thomas Telford. Great shops and eateries and places to stay all set against the stunning backdrop of old railway viaducts, Castle Hill viewpoint and the Bin of Cullen.
Portsoy lies on the north-
Pennan is a tiny fishing hamlet just off the coast road, down a steep and hazardous hill. Consisting of little more than a single row of whitewashed stone cottages tucked between a cliff and the sea, the village leapt into the limelight when the British movie Local Hero was filmed here in 1982.