Invergordon is located on the Cromarty Firth north-shore and boasts stunning views towards the western Beins and Black Isle.
The shoreline road (B817) to Invergordon forms part of the historic Pictish Trail and the Ross and Cromarty Naval Trail both of which are a welcoming and less travelled detour off the A9 trunk road and Moray Firth Tourist Route.
Nearby Inverness airport provides Regional, National and International airline and helicopter services to the Highland region. National & local train and bus/coach services and overnight Caledonian Rail Sleepers arrive and depart Inverness City centre.
The town and port of Invergordon is easily reached by onward public transport – Stagecoach buses and Scotrail offer frequent services from Inverness and many other communities in the North Highlands
Invergordon & Saltburn is just 25 miles north of Inverness and is easily reached by road – the A9 trunk road runs within a few miles of the town centre – take the scenic shoreline detour route (B817) from Dalmore Distillery to the south or Kildary to the north, passing stunning maritime & mountain vistas!
Alternatively, take the leisurely, historic “Kings Route” and cross the Firth to/from the Black Isle via the Cromarty to Nigg passenger & car ferry (seasonal)
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