FESTIVALS

FESTIVAL’S AND EVENTS IN SPEYSIDE AND SCOTLAND.

SPIRIT OF SPEYSIDE WHISKY FESTIVAL

Photo by Cardhu Distillery

Photo by Cardhu Distillery

One of the biggest and the best Malt Whisky Festival’s in the world, Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival. Not to missed. The week is crammed with quality events drawing people from all around the world.  The event offers specialty Whisky tours and events, culinary events, musical events, art and crafts, whisky canoe tours and so much more. Don’t miss it

See more information on local Distilleries and transport etc

 

 

 

MORAY WALKING FESTIVAL

Autumn Walks

Autumn Walks

Welcome to Walking in Scotland’s Malt Whisky Country. After a most successful 2016 Festival, the dates have been set for the 2017 Festival, which will run from Friday 16 June to Sunday 25 June 2017, so put the dates in your diary.

Let the Moray Walking and Outdoor Festival take you on an adventure in 2017. Enjoy long Midsummer days exploring Moray’s world renowned golden coasts, hills and forests full of hidden fauna and flora, whisky coloured rivers and towns with stories to tell and culture to experience.
There’s something for everyone – guided walks, talks and events along side outdoor activities and walking challenges. (Quoted from moraywalkingfestivak.co.uk).

 

FINDHORN BAY FESTIVAL

Photo by Findhorn Bay Festival

Photo by Findhorn Bay Festival

One of my favourite places in the world. Only 40 minutes drive from Glenarder Findhorn and Findhorn beach is one of our most recommended day trips while staying in Speyside. Beaches are fantastic, go for seal and bird watching, local pubs or dolphin watching cruising. If you are lucky enough to be in the area through Septmeber (check website for exact dates and details) then be sure to take in the biennial Findhorn Bay Festival.  “The Festival took place in unexpected spaces and scenic locations in and around the Forres area from 21-26 September 2016 with many sell out performances, free shows and exhibitions packing out with locals and visitors alike. Over 100 visiting artists, 185 local artists and 171 young performers contributed to the six-day showcase programme attracting an estimated 13,659 attendances across free events, ticketed shows and Culture Day Forres”.  (See more from Findhorn Bay Festival).

 

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