Nairn, United Kingdom
Known as a popular seaside resort and an extraordinary golfing destination, Nairn lies on the Moray Firth coast in Scotland. At the Nairn Golf Club, golfers can enjoy a course that dates back to 1887. From festivals and events to art and culture, this town is a great holiday spot for those wanting to immerse themselves in a Scottish atmosphere.
- St Ninian’s Church
- Nairn Dunbar Golf Club
- The Little Theatre
- Hang out with world-class musicians at the Nairn International Jazz Festival
- Attend the highly popular Highland Games
- Visit Cawdor Castle, a romantic, fairy-tale castle
Like most areas in the British Isles, Nairn has comfortable summers and mild winters. The town is one of the driest locations in Scotland with an annual average precipitation of 23 inches (594 mm). The best time to visit the area is during the months of May through October, when the average temperature highs reach 65°F (18°C); the months of November through April have temperatures of 43°F (6°C).
Getting There & Around
Reaching Nairn by air is best via the Inverness Airport, which is less than 15 minutes from town. Easily accessed from the A96, visitors can take a hired car, bus or taxi to reach accommodations in town.
There are trains and buses that run throughout the city. Nairn is a pedestrian-friendly town, and travellers enjoy walking through it.
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