Invergordon is located on the north shore of the Cromarty Firth, with stunning views across the Firth towards the Black Isle. Invergordon is the town into which cruise ships arrive, nestled behind the harbour. It is a town with a fantastic history, intertwined with the Port, stretching back over two world wars, to approx. 1760.

Invergordon town has a bustling high street filled with shops, cafés and local attractions. As you wander around the town, you will see a number of murals by the ‘Invergordon Off The Wall’ community project, depicting the history of the area. Be sure to visit the Invergordon Naval Museum and Heritage Centre, Arts Centre and the Leisure Centre.

Invergordon is surrounded by spectacular wildlife, nature and scenery – walk to the Saltburn Woods and the nearby Dalmore Distillery, cross over the Rosskeen Bridge and see the ‘Thief’s Stone’, or enjoy a stroll down to the shores of the Cromarty Firth. You can also enjoy a game of golf on Invergordon’s scenic 18-hole course, with wonderful views over the Firth and the Black Isle.

Whatever you’re looking for, at Invergordon we can help you find it. The Invergordon Tourism Alliance provides their legendary Welcome Host Service from their base on the berth. Look out for local volunteers who will be able to answer any questions and make your visit to the Highlands the best it can be.

Useful links:
Invergordon website:

Invergordon Tourism Alliance

Download a map of Invergordon