Only a short walk up from the Davron this 15th century keep is one of the 'Nine Castles of the Knuckle' - which stand as an ancient group of castles in the north eastern point of Aberdeenshire and Bunchan.
The castle although in ruins is still beautiful to walk round.
And for those interested in the ghosts and paranormal activities Pitsligo Castle at night will certainly not dissapoint.
Rosehearty Golf Club
A challenging and beautiful 9 hole 62 par links course in Rosehearty.
Situated against the North Sea coast this course highlights what links golf is all about.
For advice on booking a tee time at Rosehearty please get in touch with one of our team, who will be more than happy to help
You might be mistaken for beliveing this beach is in a warm Mediterranean country.
This white sand beach is Rosehearty's best kept secret.
Clear waters and white sand, this beach can feel like you've been transported to the Med (on a nice day), but the windy dramatic weather also makes for a breathtaking panoramic view of the North Sea.
This is a must do walk for all that visit Rosehearty.
A traditional working active harbour, Rosehearty has a small fleet of fishing boats (or 'yawls' as they are known). These local yawls fish for mackerel, lobsters, crabs and various other fish and shellfish.
At peak season in the summer as many as 25 yawls can be seen at sea off of the harbour.
Fraserburgh Golf Course
Fraserburgh golf course stands as the 7th oldest golf club in the world!
It is a classic style links golf course, boasting both a 9 hole and an 18 hold course.
Please visit their official website for further information - https://fraserburghgolf.club/
Museum of Scottish Lighthouses (Fraserburgh)
Kinnaird Head Lighthouse – the very first lighthouse on mainland Scotland (built in 1787), Kinnaird Head Castle containing the lighthouse and our purpose-built museum alongside.
The museum tells the great story of the Northern Lighthouse Board, the engineers who built the lights and the keepers who tended them.
Please visit their official website for further information - http://lighthousemuseum.org.uk/
Fraserburgh Heritage Centre
The Heriage Centre is a wonderful walk through the history of Fraserburgh, its people and its innovations.
Learn about the herring fishing industry boom, the Scottish Samuri Thomas Glover, the famous fashion designer Bill Gibb and many many more.
Please visit their official website for further information - https://www.fraserburghheritage.com/
W. Bruce Ship Painters
Visit Fraserburgh's accidental work of art.
The wall outside W. Bruce Ship Painters has been used for years as a means to wipe excess paint from the brushes and rollers. It's amazing how great this wall look - it's a must see.
It changes colour as each day passes, so be sure to catch it when you are in the area.
Discover Fraserburgh Tourism Group
We highly recommend checking out the Discover Fraserburgh Tourism Group website for loads of great things to do in the Fraserburgh and AB43 area.
Please visit their official website for further information - http://discoverfraserburgh.com/
Willows Animal Sanctuary
Willows Animal Sanctuary is the largest, ethically run, equine, farm and domestic animal sanctuary in Scotland and they try to help any animal in distress.
Willows look after over 450 animals including over 100 horses, ponies and donkeys, approximately 60 cats and dogs and many reptiles as well as over 200 farm animals and birds.
Its a great day our for all ages to get up close and personal with some common and rare animals.
Please visit their official website for further information - http://www.willowsanimals.com/
Macduff Marine Aquarium
Macduff Marine Aquarium is a great chance to come face to face with some of the sea life from the North Sea.
Watch divers hand feed the fish and learn about the various sea life.
Get hands on in the touch pool with starfish and much more.
Visit their official website for further information