Moray Speyside is Malt Whisky Country – but it’s also so much more. From the white sands of the north to the thick forests of the south, the Malt Whisky Trail region is home to the best Scotland has to offer.

Moray Speyside stretches from the shores of the Moray Firth to the edge of the Cairngorm National Park. Here you’ll find forests teeming with wildlife, shores with leaping dolphins, villages with real historical character, and bustling market towns. You’ll discover fresh local seafood, world-famous whisky bars, globally recognised retail, and a rich history preserved by a collection of proud, welcoming communities.

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Moray Speyside is a foodie’s haven. The area home to global companies like Baxter’s Food Group and Walkers Shortbread. The region’s food tradition means a vibrant collection of small shops, cafes, and restaurants are waiting here to be tried. Discover more…

The breathtaking variety of Moray Speyside’s landscape provides a beautiful backdrop for outdoor activities. From mountain biking to world-class fishing and adventurous water sports, Moray Speyside is waiting for you to explore the great outdoors. Discover more…

This part of the world may be most famous for Scotch malt whisky, but the craftsmen of Moray Speyside have a rich heritage of turning their skills towards other creations. Johnstons of Elgin and the Knockando Woolmill are both renowned for the quality of their cloth, while Moray Speyside’s towns and villages are full of small, independent shores selling locally sources treasures. Discover more…

 

 

Discover everything our part of the world has to offer in our guide to the Malt Whisky Trail.