Chanonry Ness is home to two caravan and camping sites, and Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club.
The crossing between the spit occupied since 1748 by Fort George and Chanonry Point is the shortest crossing of the Moray Firth east of Inverness; ferries operated between these points as late as 1953. The ferry port at Chanonry Point dates back to the mid 1700s.
Chanonry Point has amazing costal scenery, Fort George and active marine life - Chanonry Point is one of the best places in the country to view Dolphins in their natural habitat. They can often be seen at very close quarters at low tide as they fish and play in the waters off the point.
Hillhaven also offer various private tours and transfer services in and around the Highlands of Scotland. We tailor tours to your needs, so please contact us or visit our Executive Hire website to find out more. We offer tours for golfers and golf events as well as sightseeing tours and wedding car hire Website: Hillhaven Executive Hires
From Inverness, take the A9 north, over the Kessock Bridge with its beautiful views over the Moray Firth. Pass a sign for the Dolphin Centre and head for Black Isle. At the Tore roundabout, head for Fortrose and Cromarty. Pass through Munlochy, continue on to Fortrose. More Details
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