- Nairn 57.586422 Longitude -3.868475
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The County of Nairnshire is a historic county part of the sandy southern shore of the Moray Firth, the county’s coastal area is for the most part fertile and well-farmed with crops and livestock. Nairn offers some great activities making the most of it's natural resources with one of the most outstanding being Nairn beach.
Inland the highland plateaus, with summits rising to about 2,000 feet and split by the River Findhorn.
There are few industries apart from whisky distilling, granite quarrying, and tourism.
During the summer months, Nairn hosts an extensive programme of family entertainment and major events including the Nairn Agricultural Show and the Nairn Highland Games.
The town of Nairn is a popular seaside resort, it is also a great base for exploring the Scottish Highlands with Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, Culloden Battlefield, Clava Stones, Loch Ness, Castle Urquhart, Inverness the Capital of the Highlands, Culbin Forest and the new view point tower, the Cairngorm National Park, Glens, forests, Golf, wildlife both on the water and the land and the Whisky Trail being all just a short drive away, here you will find wide open and remote spaces, hundreds of miles of stunning scenery and quiet awesome roads, castles, rich history and amazing places to stay.