If you prefer ruins to roofs, Dunottar Castle, perched on the edge of the North Sea is one of Scotland’s most recognisable, if not iconic landmarks and over the centuries it has been both besieged and used as a film set.
After exploring the castle and spotting puffins on the adjacent cliffs, you travel to the picturesque village of Gourdon, which remains an active fishing community.
Enjoy a seafood lunch or snack in Hornblowers restaurant which overlooks the harbour – you may even see the fish you eat being landed in front of you.
A leisurely drive back to your accommodation follows your visit to Gourdon.
Prices allow for collection from and return to from an address within 18 miles of Aberdeen City Centre and include admission to Dunnottar Castle.
Prices£275 (2 people)
£325 (3 people)