Sporty

Our top four...

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Misty Sea Angling/Boat Trips

Our stunning sea views are amazing but nothing compares to experiencing a life on the ocean wave first-hand. One of our top five sporty things to do in the Fraserburgh Area is getting out onto the sea on a boat trip and/or a sea angling adventure!

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Community Leisure Centre

We know that our visitors don’t come to Scotland for its balmy temperatures and never-ending dry season! But nevertheless, if the weather’s wild, we still have plenty things for you to do indoors. Come and join us in the Fraserburgh Community and Sports Centre for a while. We have a 25 metre 6 lane swimming pool, a Learner Pool, a 40 metre Flume, a 20 station fitness Suite, a 3 Court Sports Hall, 2 Saunas, a Steam Room and a coffee bar! By the time you’ve finished all that, the rain is sure to have gone.

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Golf

We are spoilt for golfing choice in the Fraserburgh area, with four beautiful courses to choose from:

Fraserburgh Golf Club and Rosehill
The seventh oldest links course in the world, established in 1777; in other words, a totally unspoiled, good old-fashioned traditional links layout. Rosehill is a 9-hole course, more parkland than dunes.

www.fraserburghgolfclub.org :: View Listing

Inverallochy Golf Club
Another course with history, this time 120 years of it. Sea views guaranteed from every hole!
www.inverallochygolfclub.com

Rosehearty
Rolling dunes and panoramic views of the North Sea. Golfing in Fraserburgh.
www.scottishgolfcourses.com

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Walking

There are countless walking opportunities in and around the Fraserburgh area, the difficulty is choosing where to start! Have a look at our Locals Know Best tours for our own personal favourites.

For further ideas, check out walkhighlands.co.uk (Strichen to Fraserburgh, Buchan Railway Line) or the Fraserburgh Hillwalking Club on Facebook.

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