Campervan Hire Moray

Moray, an old county, is positioned on the county town of Elgin and was once the hub of an early Celtic earldom. The region bursts with a beautiful collection of scenic coastal villages, picturesque walking and cycling paths, fascinating castles, and is home to the Speyside malt whisky region. Explore the historic streets of Elgin that speak volumes of its past and present. Established during the medieval periods, the town is home to a majestic cathedral and history around every corner. View the 220-year-old Johnstons cashmere mill and shop for an authentic cashmere gift. Drink in stunning views across the Moray Speyside from Nelson's Tower, or enjoy panoramic views of sandy beaches, caves, cliffs, and natural features along the beautiful Moray Coast Trail. Enjoy the region's wealth of habitats to view wildlife like dolphins, seals, mountain deer and more! Speak directly to private Moray campervan owners who love the outdoors and look forward to renting their vans to you. Send over your travel dates and plans to owners throughout Moray, including convenient pickup points in Elgin, Forres, Rathven, Buckie, and Lossiemouth. Our vans are insured so you don't have to worry about accidents or damage during your camper hire.

  • Around Elgin, Scotland
    • Name:Moray
    • Pop:95,520.
    • Photo Credit:Bob Linsdell
    • Description: Around Elgin, Scotland
    • Lat Long:57.6498° N, 3.3168° W,
    • Places to explore and rent from in Moray

    • View of Elgin Cathedral with River Lossie in foreground. Taken by Bill Reid
      • Name:Elgin
      • Pop: 23,128
      • Photo Credit: Billreid at English Wikipedia
      • Description:View of Elgin Cathedral with River Lossie in foreground. Taken by Bill Reid
      • Lat Long:57.6495° N, 3.3185° W,

      Elgin

    • Grant Park Peacock Forres park in bloom with colourful peacock and butterfly. http://www.forres-net.co.uk/
      • Name:Forres
      • Pop: 12,594
      • Photo Credit: Colin Smith
      • Description:Grant Park Peacock Forres park in bloom with colourful peacock and butterfly. http://www.forres-net.co.uk/
      • Lat Long:57.6098° N, 3.6200° W,

      Forres

    • Near Rathven Station The trees mark where the Keith to Buckie branch line used to run past Rathven Station.
      • Name:Rathven
      • Pop: 12,381
      • Photo Credit: Anne Burgess
      • Description:Near Rathven Station The trees mark where the Keith to Buckie branch line used to run past Rathven Station.
      • Lat Long:57.6772° N, 2.9364° W,

      Rathven

    • Buckie from Cleanhill A slightly elevated viewpoint on the slopes of Clean Hill offers a view across the fields to Buckie, which has grown extensively in recent years with the building of housing on the outskirts.
      • Name:Buckie
      • Pop: 8,061
      • Photo Credit: Anne Burgess
      • Description:Buckie from Cleanhill A slightly elevated viewpoint on the slopes of Clean Hill offers a view across the fields to Buckie, which has grown extensively in recent years with the building of housing on the outskirts.
      • Lat Long:57.6774° N, 2.9673° W,

      Buckie

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