Tourist Information & Hotels In Angus & Dundee
The Scottish Region of Angus lies on the east coast of Scotland is home to stunning rugged coastlines. This area is great for hill walking or walks along the coastline with miles of sandy beaches.
Angus and Dundee is brimming with history and offers a wide variety of visitor attractions which allows visitors to learn all about Scotland's roots through the years. One of the more popular attractions is the ancestral home of the late Queen Mother at Glamis Castle.
Golf is a key activity in Angus and Dundee as it is home to Carnoustie's Championship Golf Course and is within driving distanct of the other internationally known golfing destinations like St Andrews and Gleneagles.
Dundee is the main city within Angus. Over recent years Dundee, known as the "City of Discovery", has transformed itself into a popular short break destination, with an excellent shopping arena, theatre and museums. One of the benefits of choosing Dundee as your holiday destination, is the fact you can match a city break with some country living. Dundee is a small but vibrant city, so it only takes a very short time to be out in the open countryside, strolling along glistening beaches, playing a round of golf ( St Andrews is only 40 minutes away), or mountain biking along many of the Forest Trails which can be found around Dundee.
Below are some places of interest to visit while in the city of Dundee
Discovery Point & R.R.S Discovery
Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre
HM Frigate Unicorn
Designer retail village at City Quay.
Dundee University's Botanic garden