Invergordon (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... fact, this still makes up a large part of the local economy with cruise ships berthing (and the tourists they bring) and oil rigs docking for maintenance. The Firth is also area of great natural beauty and the many habitats support a variety of marine life and wild birds, including bottle-nosed dolphins. There are boat trips available to see these and if you visit, I recommend that you take one as there is something magical about seeing them swimming alongside smiling up at you. To get there, simply follow the A9, it is one long road! The people are lovely, warm, friendly and welcoming and there are lots of local hotels, B&Bs, restau... more
Customer Invergordon (Scotland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Invergordon Ross Shire Scotland Invergordon is a small Scottish town in the Highlands (around an hour North of Inverness) with a population of approx 4500. It has a vivid history going back through both world wars. I grew up there so hopefully that qualifies me to write a little about it! Invergordon received its name from Sir William Gordon, a local landowner of the early eighteenth century and is located on the Cromarty Firth which has been recognised as an ideal anchorage for ships since the early 1700s. In fact, this still makes up a large part of the local economy with cruise ships berthing (and the tourists they bring) and ... Read the complete review
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