Explore Towns, Villages and Glens

Each of the seven towns in Angus has its own unique character and attractions. The stunning coastline stretches from Monifieth to Montrose with each seaside town offering beautiful beaches, challenging links golf courses, fun play parks and fascinating visitor attractions.

Further inland you can visit Kirriemuir, the Gateway to the Glens and nearby Glamis Castle, legendary setting of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Discover the Cathedral City of Brechin, famous for its round tower, before heading to the beautiful village of Edzell.

The Angus Glens each have their own characteristics, with miles of narrow twisting roads for cyclists, drivers and walkers to enjoy.

Arbroath Harbour

Arbroath, the largest town in Angus, is home to the famous Arbroath Abbey, where…

Brechin

Brechin is the only city in Angus, on account of its medieval cathedral.…

Barry Mill

Carnoustie is the youngest town in Angus, at just over 200 years old.…

Edzell is a charming village with lots to see and do, and is…

Forfar

Forfar is easily accessible from Dundee and Aberdeen, via the A90. The town was…

Kirriemuir

Kirriemuir is known as the gateway to the glens. This fairytale town is perhaps…

Monifieth

Monifieth dates back to the 9th Century at least and was a small…

Montrose

Montrose is a bustling coastal town with an ancient history and one of the widest…

Angus Glens Walking Festival 2010 - 40

The atmospheric and unspoilt Angus Glens offer superb walking amongst the beautiful moorland…