Enjoy beautiful scenery of the rolling hills and glens, explore the area by bike, wonderful places to dine, many things to do, Angus has it all!
The Cairngorms National Park was established in September 2003. It is the UK’s largest National Park at 1,467 sq miles
Glenesk is the longest and most easterly of the Angus Glens
the famous salmon river
"a wild but not large lake, closed in by mountains, with a farm-house and a few cottages at its edge"
Follow Queen's Victoria route into the Angus hills
Was built in 1866 by Fox Maule, 11th Earl of Dalhousie
The most easterly of the Scottish Munros
Invermark Castle is situated in mountainous country at the end of Glen Mark east of Loch Lee about 16 miles from Laurencekirk
A picturesque and little-altered church occupying a prominent position by the road into Glenesk
One of the most scenic place in East Scotland away from the coast
Edzell Castle is a ruined 16th-century castle, with an early-17th-century walled garden. It is located close to Edzell, and is around 5 miles (8 km) north of Brechin, in Angus, Scotland.
Scotland is home to some truly magical scenery. From the mystical landscapes of the Highlands, to the vibrant beauty of the Borders, Scotland has plenty of sights on offer
A warm welcome awaits you at the House of Mark. Our big bacon roll and mug of tea is very popular for people passing by. Just ring the bell.
Fishing in Scotland is world famous and offers a wide range of loch, river and sea fishing