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Crovie Scotland

Just a few miles west of Pennan, the next stop is the village of Crovie, which seems to compete with Pennan over the closeness to the sea. Ultimately beautiful.


Crovie

This is the village of Crovie, seen from the next village, Gardenstown. Now, Gardenstown is bigger than Crovie and Pennan and has both a working harbour and a lot of tourism. It's a relaxing spot with several restaurants and cafes. We highly recommend a stop here, too.


Golfcourse Scotland

Macduff is one of the many beautiful golf courses of Scotland, and this one is situated directly at the sea, a true challenge for every golf enthusiast!


Macduff Scotland

This is Macduff, on the eastern side of the River Deveron.


Banff Scotland

Next to Macduff (just hop over the River Deveron!) you'll find the village Banff and its beautiful long beach.


Bow Fiddle Rock Portknockie

A natural phenomenon is the "Bow Fiddle Rock" in Portknockie. Over the centuries, the clashing water of the North Sea has dug a huge hole into this rock. The tiny island is home to many seabirds who loudly arrive and depart providing a unique maritime atmosphere.

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