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Living in Moray & Grampian

image: Cullen harbour looking across beach, village and viaduct.

Welcome to Moray

The Perfect Place to Call Home

An Idyllic location to live, work, rest and play.

Are you looking for a beautiful, peaceful, and affordable place to live? Look no further than Moray. Located on the coast of the Moray Firth and stretching to the Cairngorms, Moray offers a perfect blend of stunning landscapes, rich history, and a friendly community. And, as an additional bonus, housing here is the most affordable in Scotland, making it an attractive choice for families and professionals alike.

Discover Moray

The Perfect Place to Call Home

Stretching from the peaks of the Cairngorms to the Moray Firth, Moray is an area of outstanding beauty, with its own unique identity stretch back thousands of years.

Moray neighbours Aberdeenshire and Highland – with the cities of Inverness and Aberdeen in striking distance.

This area is one of the UK’s best kept secrets and offers the very best of Scotland – an alternative (we say better!) way of life to the country’s major cities.

The climate is milder, drier and sunnier than its northern latitude might suggest, with average sunshine and rainfall similar to the south of England.

Moray’s coastline with its golden, sandy beaches and resident population of bottlenose dolphins is recognised by National Geographic as one of the world’s most beautiful.

For more information visit morayspeyside.com and VisitScotland.com

Exceptional natural beauty:

Famed as the home of Macbeth, malt whisky, and, with protection from the Grampian Mountains & temperatures boosted by the Gulf Stream, it’s not for nothing that Moray is known as Scotland’s sunshine coast.
Image: Covesea Lighthouse, Lossiemouth, Moray

Rich history and culture

Built around Elgin city as its hub, 100,000 people proudly call Moray home. A thriving nightlife, café culture and plenty of shopping mean you and your family can enjoy the best of urban and country living.
Image: Elgin Cathedral, historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland

A welcoming community

Moravians are some of the most welcoming in Scotland – with a thriving tourist industry and two large armed forces bases in our area, we regularly welcome people from all over the UK. Many, in fact, fall so in love with our unique corner of Scotland they never want to leave making this their permanent family home.

Outdoor activities

The Moray region has something for everyone – miles of rugged coast line, golden beaches, dolphins dancing off the coast, crystal clear rivers, dozens of castles, golf courses and more than 50 whisky distilleries.
And, with beautiful unpolluted skies, in Moray you’ll often be treated to a glimpse of the famous Northern Lights.

image: hiking Ben Rinnes

Excellent schools and amenities

Education has a proud history here with three Universities on our doorstep – two of which rank at the top of the teaching tables for nursing and medicine – as well as the world famous Gordonstoun School, the alma mater of King Charles, which lies nestled just outside of Elgin.

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Providing a full event management service from project planning to the design and build of exhibition systems. We even run our own events like the Dedicated2Weddings Exhibition, while we have branded prestigious events such as Andy Murray Live.

Exceptional natural beauty:

From the sweeping sandy beaches to the picturesque rolling hills, Moray’s landscapes are truly breathtaking.
Image: Covsea Lighthouse, Lossiemouth, Moray

Rich history and culture

Discover the fascinating history of Moray through its numerous castles, museums, and historical sites.
Image: Elgin Cathedral, historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland

A welcoming community

Moray is known for its warm and friendly residents, who are always ready to lend a helping hand or share a story.

Outdoor activities

Enjoy a wide range of outdoor pursuits, such as golf, fishing, hiking, and cycling, right on your doorstep.
image: hiking Ben Rimmes

Excellent schools and amenities

Moray boasts high-quality educational institutions – including the University of Highlands and Islands – and a range of amenities, ensuring a comfortable and convenient lifestyle for all residents.

events

events

Providing a full event management service from project planning to the design and build of exhibition systems. We even run our own events like the Dedicated2Weddings Exhibition, while we have branded prestigious events such as Andy Murray Live.

Don’t wait any longer! Start your journey to a new life in Moray today by exploring and discovering the beautiful, affordable homes available in this charming region.