The image top is of looking east along Shore
Street at Macduff Harbour.
The second image is of one of the Boats used for Boat
Trips or Sea Fishing. The Boat Trips search for
Dolphin, Minke Whale, Puffins, Gannets,
Cormorants, Fulmar, and Kittiwakes.
Sea Fishing trips are for Cod, Ling, Coley,
Dab, Spiny Scorpion Fish, Cuckoo, and
The third image is from the Harbour looking
south with the War Memorial and Macduff Parish
Church sitting high above.
Macduff War Memorial is in a Park with a
Play Area and Kids Play, also Great Views over
Church also has Great Views over the Town,
and over Banff 1 mile west. This Church was
built in 1805, enlarged in 1865. The Tower of
the Church was used as a guide for Boats.
At the Church is the Town Cross from 1783,
and a large 1700s Anchor placed here in
The Path up and down from the War Memorial
passes the New Knowes
Hotel, popular for Drinks and Meals.
Acquarium is at the east side of the
Harbour, showing Marine Life from the Moray
Firth, Scotland’s largest bay, and the large
Central Exhibit is where you can view Divers
hand Feeding Fish, the only one of its kind in
Royal Tarlair Golf
Club is on the east side of Macduff, with
amazing views east along the Rugged Coast. This
Course was constructed from 1923.
Next to the Golf Course is the Tarlair Open Air
Pool, with work to restore the pool
beginning in 2022.
The Town of Doune evolved around Fishing and
Farming, later being renamed Macduff.
1100s - Banff Castle, one mile west of
Macduff, was used by King Malcolm IV to help
combat Viking raids in the area.