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What’s on Inverness, Loch Ness and Nairn

Inverness, ’the city in the Highlands’, is a bustling, modern city with a vibrant culture and great shopping. Located at the top of Scotland’s Great Glen, there is a rich variety of things to see and do in and around Inverness. What’s more, the best of the Highland and Islands landscape is all within easy reach. Loch Ness, with its legendary and infamous monster, is only a short drive away. East of Inverness, the hills gradually sweep down to the edge of the Moray Firth into Nairn, a small, traditional resort noted for its golf and fine beaches.

area highlights

7th December 2014, Inverness:

Join WildHearts for a fun, festive Santa Run which aims to start the festive season with a bang.

11th - 13th December 2014, Inverness:

Buddy Holly and the Cricketers once again celebrate the festive season at Eden Court with their fantastic show.

13th December 2014, Highlands:

Christmas gifts to buy and to make, plus activities for all ages.

16th December 2014, Strathpeffer:

Santa has sent Molly & Mac an invitation to come to Lapland to perform their Sticky Kids Christmas Singalong – an action-packed singalong show for 2 – 6 year olds.

17th & 18th December 2014, Strathpeffer:

This is a fun-filled adventure for all the family, featuring original songs, hilarious characters, evil baddies, a loveable skunk and of course Rapunzel with loads and loads of hair.

Year-round, The Highlands:

Featuring native pinewoods, glistening lochs and haunting moorland, Glen Affric is a magical place to visit and has been described as ’the most beautiful glen in Scotland’.

Year-round, Moray:

A remote and unspoilt reserve where you can truly get away from it all.

Year-round, Inverness-shire:

Ruthven is a beautiful, tranquil loch, fringed by sedges and birch woods.

Year-round, Inverness-shire:

Commanding splendid views of Loch Ness and the Great Glen, Urquhart Castle was once one of Scotland’s largest castles and its ruins still remains an impressive sight.

Year round, Inverness-shire:

Culloden, was the last hand-to-hand battle fought on British soil.

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