Aberdeen, the third most populous city of Scotland is well known for its long sandy coastline. The green woodlands and forests to lofty mountains and sandy beaches beautify the landscape of Aberdeen. The verdant woodlands are perfect for a walk or outdoor activities like mountain biking. The bizarre sculptures standing among the fir drape the mural of woodlands of Tyrebagger. One can often spot red squirrels and Roe deers along the trails of Bennachie Hills.
The Cairngorms National Park is an abode of lofty mountains entwined in Alpine scenery. Visitors can indulge in thrilling activities such a skiing and mountain biking. Stroll along the Scolty Hill and relish in the imposing view of Grampian Mountains and Dee Valleys. Aberdeen flaunts of an extravagant coastline. The beautiful beaches of Aberdeen provide a perfect place to enjoy a radiant afternoon with your family.
There isn’t any dearth of gardens and parks in the city of Aberdeen. The Victorian gardens of the Balmoral Castle are lined with herbaceous borders and floral arrays that enlighten the hearts of every visitor. The floral beds of Hazlehead Parks provide an excellent option to retreat from the din of the city. Royal Deeside in Aberdeen is packed with pretty villages and towns. Lingering about in the villages of Fraserburgh and Banffshire - nestling amid the scene of cliffs and sea is a wonderful thing to do in Aberdeen. The farmer’s markets, Fairytale Castles, and tiny shops of Huntly and Turrifs will keep you spellbound.
The castles hovering over the cliff tops, historic lighthouses, quaint fishing villages and serene beaches make Aberdeen the hottest tourist destination in Scotland.