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The Angus Tour
Key Highlights:
Hill walking
Cycling and mountain biking
Open water swimming
Visit The Angus Glens
Key Highlights:
Queen’s Well Monument
Glen Esk Mount Keen
Visit The Queen’s Well Monument
Key Highlights:
Shakin’ Brig
Blue Door Walk
Edzell Golf Course
Visit Edzell
Visit a Hidden Gem:
Reekie Linn Waterfall
Glen Isla
Visit more hidden gems
Key Highlights:
Neverland Playpark
Star Rock Shop (oldest sweetshop)
Bon Scott Statue
Gateway to the Glens
Visit Kirriemuir
Key Highlights:
Glamis Castle
The Bothy Experience
Ogilvy Distillery Tour
Visit Glamis
Key Highlights:
Meet the locals – enjoy a farm tour and take an alpaca for a walk
Meet the animals
Key Highlights:
Ardestie Earth House
Monikie Country Park
Forbes of Kingennie
Visit Monifieth
Key Highlights:
Arbroath Abbey
Arbroath Smokie Trail
West Links Park
Visit Arbroath
Key Highlights:
Brechin Castle Centre
Brechin Cathedral
Caledonian Railway
Visit Brechin
Key Highlights:
Forfar Bridie
Forfar Loch
Meffan Museum
Murton Nature Reserve
Visit Forfar
Key Highlights:
House of Dun
Montrose Air Station
Heritage Museum
Montrose Basin
Visit Montrose
Key Highlights:
Barry Mill
Carnoustie Golf Links
East Haven
Visit Carnoustie

The Angus Tour – Adventure designed by you

The east coast of Scotland has so much to offer. A peaceful and tranquil escape, Angus is the perfect step away from the everyday.

Come and awaken your senses, taking in our rich history, heritage and culture. Relax and unwind in our wide-open outdoor spaces, with miles of stunning views and an abundance of nature and wildlife.

Experience our local food and drink including the world famous Arbroath Smokie and the iconic Forfar Bridie as well as a host of locally produced confectionary, spirits, beers, juices and even tea and coffee!

Nestled between the north of Dundee and south of Aberdeenshire, Angus is easily accessed by road, rail and air. Once you’re here it’s easy to get around with great public transport links, plenty of electric vehicle charging points and miles of walking and cycling paths.

The Angus Tour allows you to design your own adventure whilst you discover our towns, villages and glens. Browse our suggested itineraries below, or choose bits and pieces from each to create your own.

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The Angus Tour Itineraries

3 Day Itinerary

Discover our Coastal Heritage

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Enjoy Relaxing Outdoor Experiences

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Dog-Friendly Holidays in Angus

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Explore our Rich History

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Taste our Delicious Food & Drink

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Explore Active Outdoor Experiences

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Visit Our Towns, Villages and Glens

Arbroath Harbour

Arbroath, the largest town in Angus, is home to the famous Arbroath Smokie

Brechin Cathedral

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

Barry Mill

Carnoustie, the youngest town in Angus, is world famous for its golf


Enter the charming village of Edzell under the ‘Dalhousie Arch’

Balmashanner War Memorial

Forfar was once the seat of Scotland's King Malcolm Canmore

Kirriemuir Camera Obscura

Kirriemuir is known as the gateway to the glens


Monifieth dates back to the 9th century and was once a Pictish centre


Montrose is a bustling coastal town with an ancient history

Corrie Fee

The atmospheric Angus Glens offer superb walking opportunities

Visit the picturesque village of Glamis, built in the late 1700s