Lossiemouth is a fishing village in Moray in North East Scotland which now stands on the frontline of Britain's air defences. Russian bomber planes, some of them supersonic, regularly hurtle across the Norwegian and North Seas towards the UK. They are detected and intercepted while still in international air space by Typhoon FGR4 fighters from RAF Lossiemouth. Everyone shows off their prowess and alertness, exchanges pleasantries and goes home safe for tea.
Lossiemouth is only about 40 minutes from Inverness and 90 minutes from Aberdeen.
- Many great castles and distilleries in the area to visit.
- 1 Lossiemouth Fisheries and Community Museum, Pitgaveny St, ☏ .
- Walk on the beach.
- 1 Moray Golf Club, Stotfield Road. Play Golf on the old course designed by Tom Morris or the new course designed by Sir Henry Cotton.
- The Skerry Brae Hotel, Stotfield Road, ☏ .