As we fret as to whether or not Visit Scotland are going to get tourists to Nairn this year, it’s refreshing to see a travel writer hit the spot when describing Nairn.
Check out the marvellous sandy beaches of Nairn along the Moray Firth – some of the most child friendly in Scotland. This is an excellent base for exploring the Scottish Highlands.
The author Jane Anderson may have mistakenly placed Nairn in Inverness-shire but she has clearly stated what Nairn offers families, great beaches and a good base for exploring Highland attractions, although I might quibble over placing Inverness on her list!
The full article looks at seaside resorts around Britain as holiday destinations on the back of the poor exchange rate for British holidaymakers thinking of heading towards mainland Europe, this is the just the marketing Nairn needs.
Her article ends with the quote:
59% (Children) have never built a sandcastle on a British beach. What is the world coming to?
All children should have access to a bucket, a spade, and a beach, but at the end of each sunny day decaying sand castles seem to be in decline on Nairn’s beaches? Have computer games truly taken over?