Wick at a Glance
Wick is a town and royal burgh found nestled along the River Wick, in northern Scotland. The town falls around either side of Wick Bay, and is a beautiful place to visit throughout the year. With many sights to see and a rich cultural past to explore, Wick is an interesting town that is worth seeing.
- There are a range of important sights in and around the town of Wick, none more important than the famed Castle of Old Wick. This tall tower grips to the edge of the cliffs, and is the only remaining part of what was once a soaring, grand building of four stories, as well as some outbuildings that also no longer remain.
- Stop by the Heritage Museum and you will learn the history of the area, and the ‘herring-boom’ era that the town is so well known for. The World’s shortest street is also found in Wick, and it is Ebenezer Place, which measures just 2.06 meters, and is home to just one front door.
- Away from the town you can find a range of activities to keep you entertained whilst on your holiday in Wick. If you are a fan of the outdoors there is no better way to explore it than with some adrenaline fuelled activities. Choose from scaling the rough and rocky terrain on a quad bike, or head for some off road 4x4 driving. You can even try your hand at some tractor and digger driving if you are looking for something a little bit different.
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