Welcome to Angus
Captivating history and amazing countryside
Discover a place where you can explore majestic glens, pristine beaches and ancient forests. Uncover a fascinating history, great golf courses and a wide range of events and festivals.
Rooted deep into the heart of history, Angus has castles and ancient buildings that bring tales of ancient times to life. Glamis Castle, the childhood home of the late Queen Mother is one of the settings of Shakespeare's Macbeth. In the first millennium, Angus was the heart of Pictish life. Learn about the mysterious warrior tribe at Pictavia in Brechin and follow the Pictish Trail to other fascinating sites.
In the region you can breathe in the sea air on an exhilarating coastal walk along red sandstone cliffs with impressive rock formations or enjoy a gentle stroll along a stunning beach. Explore the Angus Glens, each with their own unique character from high mountain tops to woodland splendour with botanical wonders and fascinating heritage.
Sample the renowned larder of the region with its famous for its Aberdeen Angus beef recognised world- wide for its rich flavours from local pastures. At the coast sample the Arbroath Smokie - one of Scotland's most famous specialities.
Close enough to enjoy fast travel connections from all major cities, Angus still manages to retain the peace and quiet of the countryside. Good roads lead into the area and then visitor routes such as the Angus Coastal Route offer scenic options to guide you around.
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