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The Weather in Elgin
Here is our climate diagram for Elgin. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Enjoy a scenic stay in a holiday letting in Elgin
The Moray Firth, in north-eastern Scotland, is home to some of the country's most spectacular scenery. The town of Elgin is an ideal base for visitors who want to explore the area. There is plenty of natural scenery to enjoy, as well as many historic attractions that are well worth visiting, too.
Home of whisky
Situated in the heart of whisky country, Elgin is ideally situated should you be hoping to explore as many distilleries as possible during your stay. Do keep in mind sampling opportunities are plentiful, so be sure to choose the driving member of your party in advance. As far as which distilleries to visit, in particular, Elgin is only a short distance away from Glen Moray and Gordon & MacPhail, among others.
Learn about Moray's military history
A little under 13 kilometres from Elgin in Kinloss, children and adults of all ages will enjoy a visit to the Morayvia Science and Technology Centre, a celebration of the region's connection to military aviation. Visitors can take their seats inside RAF planes and helicopters, as well as learn about how technology has helped the RAF to innovate throughout the decades.
Explore Elgin's history and heritage
The ruins of the 13th century Elgin Abbey are a must-see for visitors to the Moray Firth. The two towers of the West Front are still fully intact, and are even open to members of the public who fancy making the climb to the top; you will be rewarded for your efforts with stunning views over the area.
Head a few kilometres out of Elgin to the north and you come to Spynie Castle, the 14th century residence of the Bishops of Moray. Again, visitors with plenty of energy can climb David's Tower to enjoy the view as far as the Moray Firth coast.
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