The waters of the River South Esk flow through Angus, a beautiful corner of Scotland that feels like an undiscovered treasure. As well as its wildlife, there are impressive castles, charming historic towns, and great golf courses. Angus farmland is some of the best in Scotland, so you’ll eat well while you're here: there are lots of eating experiences and farm shops.

You’ll find information on attractions and accommodation at the official tourism website, Visit Angus.

Most of the sites mentioned on this website have attractive walks nearby. For more routes, check out the Angus section of Walk Highlands.

The country roads make good cycling routes, while hill tracks and forests offer great outings for mountain bikers. Find details on the Visit Angus cycle routes page.

If you’d like information about wildlife experiences, we can help with tourism advice and services. For educational visits, we may be able to offer activities tailored to your needs. Contact us for more information.