This delightful Speyside village is home to the Speyside Way Visitor Centre, which is housed in the former Aberlour railway station in the town's Alice Littler Park.
Aberlour has become a popular centre for those walking the Speyside Way and offers a fine selection of small restaurants, cafes and shops for those vital refreshments.
In 2012, the village, whose full name is Charlestown of Aberlour, will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of its founding, with the main focus of events during September. It also holds a popular Highland Games in early August every year.
It is a popular destination for salmon fishers with the River Spey flowing alongside the village and on down to nearby Craigellachie - where the river is crossed by a classic Thomas Telford cast iron bridge.
Aberlour has an internationally acclaimed malt whisky distillery of the same name - and is also the headquarters of the world famous Walkers Pure Butter Shortbread, kind sponsors of the Moray Walking Festival.
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