Lying in the north east of Scotland Moray, pronounced 'Murray', borders Aberdeenshire and the Highlands. It is around 36 miles from Inverness and 64 miles from Aberdeen. The economy of this place relies upon public sector and the armed forces, mainly RAF based at Kinloss, as well as tourism. Elgin city is the primary base for many people. It is the administrative centre for the county and it also has a flourishing commercial and retail centre. Many high street and designer names can be found there are well as many shops dedicated to this regions most famous export whiskey!
Large tracts of this area are remote, and smaller towns and village dot the roads between the main towns, most with traditional pubs which extend a warm welcome after a day out and about. It also has a dramatic and craggy coastline which is a haven for wildlife.