Campervan Hire Nairnshire
Located on the Moray Firth, the County of Nairn is a historic county. Half of the county lies on moorland whole the remaining portion rests alongside the coast. The county town of Nain is a popular seaside resort and contains the longest beach in Europe! Nairn also serves as the historic county town of the county. The county town rests between the Scottish Highlands and the North Sea coast, and at one point one would hear Gaelic at the southwest end of the city and English along the northeast portion. Today Nairn is well loved for its endless sunshine and rain-free days, earning a name as one of the driest and sunniest towns in Scotland. Nairn is in proximity to well-loved attractions like the Scottish Highlands, Brodie Castle, Loch Ness, Clava Stones, the Cairngorm National Park and more!
The Picts first inhabited the county. Nairnshire later became part of the kingdom of Scotland and the old province of Moray following the Christianisation of the Pict tribes. Today the county holds a wealth of attractions for all ranging from the Culbin Sands reserve which is home to a plethora of wildlife, the 4000-year-old Clava Cairns stone circles and the 15th century Cawdor Castle.