Castle Trail Often referred to as Castle Country, the historic Northeast of Scotland is home to around a thousand castles or castle ruins, providing a wealth of history to explore; from gruesome tales of battles fought, to strolls through romantic family estates.
The Coastal Trail is a journey through some of Europes most unspoilt and picturesque coastline. Along the way you'll find cliff tops and coves, beaches and bays, and towns and villages. There's a wide range of visitor attractions, nature reserves and other places of natural interest.
Stonehaven Guide A comprehensive guide to local history, visitor attractions, what's on etc
Dunnottar Castle This impressive ruined fortress 2mile from Adina is probably one of Stonehaven's most popular attractions.
Stonehaven Open Air Pool This popular attraction first opened in 1934 and 75th year celebrations were opened by Alex Salmond First Minister for Scotland on 3rd July 2009.A new paddling pool was also opened in 2009.
Stonehaven Heritage Society The Society was founded in 1987, with the intention of preserving the history and heritage of the town of Stonehaven and area, and to encourage interest in the history by arranging meetings, lectures, exhibitions etc.
Stonehaven Fireballs The Fireball Ceremony is the traditional way to greet the new year in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire. Held at midnight on the 31st of December every year.
Stonehaven Folk Festival Held annually in July. Includes programme, reporting on previous years, and details for ticket sales and contact.
North East Open Studios Annual event when artists, makers and galleries in the area open their doors; an opportunity to meet them and watch them at work.
Beyond Stonehaven Information on towns and villages along the coast and around The Mearns.
Fowlsheugh Bird Sanctuary If you're new to birdwatching, what better way to see the beauty of birds close up than by visiting a seabird cliff colony? The spectacular cliffs at Fowlsheugh are packed with 130,000 breeding seabirds in the spring and summer, including guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes.