Stonehaven Harbour

Stonehaven Harbour

Stonehaven Harbour

Growing from an Iron Age settlement, the coastal town of Stonehaven (Cala na Creige in Gaelic) was once part of Kincardineshire, but now falls within Aberdeenshire. Every Hogmanay Stonehaven hosts the annual fireballs ceremony, where locals swing huge balls of fire on chains, and eventually throw these into the harbour.  Read more » 

Dunnottar Cliffs, Stonehaven

Dunnottar Cliffs, Stonehaven

Stonehaven Cliffs

Growing from an Iron Age settlement, the coastal town of Stonehaven (Cala na Creige in Gaelic) was once part of Kincardineshire, but now falls within Aberdeenshire. Every Hogmanay Stonehaven hosts the annual fireballs ceremony, where locals swing huge balls of fire on chains, and eventually throw these into the harbour.  Read more » 

Dunnottar Cliffs, Stonehaven

Dunnottar Cliffs, Stonehaven

Stonehaven Cliffs

Growing from an Iron Age settlement, the coastal town of Stonehaven (Cala na Creige in Gaelic) was once part of Kincardineshire, but now falls within Aberdeenshire. Every Hogmanay Stonehaven hosts the annual fireballs ceremony, where locals swing huge balls of fire on chains, and eventually throw these into the harbour.  Read more » 

Stonehaven Harbour

Stonehaven Harbour

Stonehaven Harbour

Growing from an Iron Age settlement, the coastal town of Stonehaven (Cala na Creige in Gaelic) was once part of Kincardineshire, but now falls within Aberdeenshire. Every Hogmanay Stonehaven hosts the annual fireballs ceremony, where locals swing huge balls of fire on chains, and eventually throw these into the harbour.  Read more » 

Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven

Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven

Dunnottar Castle

 

Dunnottar

Dunnottar Castle near Stonehaven was originally the home of the Earls Marischal, once one of the most powerful families in the land. This L-plan castle stands on a rocky outcrop and parts of the site dates back to the 13th Century, but records also suggest a much earlier settlement as far back as 681.  Read more » 

Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven

Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven

Dunnottar Castle

 

Dunnottar

Dunnottar Castle near Stonehaven was originally the home of the Earls Marischal, once one of the most powerful families in the land. This L-plan castle stands on a rocky outcrop and parts of the site dates back to the 13th Century, but records also suggest a much earlier settlement as far back as 681.  Read more »