Arbroath lies 15 miles to the northeast of Dundee and is the largest town in Angus, sitting on the beautiful seaside shores of the River Tay.
This traditional seaside town is known for its friendly people and is full of history and heritage – and there is something for all the family to enjoy. Not to mention the great eateries and bars that are in abundance.
Arbroath has a famous, picturesque harbour and is home to the famous Arbroath Abbey, where, in 1320, the Declaration of Arbroath was signed.
The world-renowned Arbroath Smokie (haddock smoked to perfection over wood fires) brings people to the town from far and wide, and is a cuisine featured on menus across the world.
Angus as an area has a whole host of things to see and do, including the Arbroath Signal Tower Museum, the shore station for the Bell Rock Lighthouse, Britain’s oldest surviving offshore lighthouse.
There’s nothing quite like enjoying the freshest of fish and chips at the harbour or eating at one of the many seafood restaurants.
Kerr’s Miniature Railway at Arbroath West Links is an attraction for parents and little ones, as well as going to see a play or performance at the Webster Memorial Theatre.
View the Arbroath webcam, situated on the Signal Tower Museum. Enjoy the views across
the marina, beach and harbour, and on a clear day, you can see the Bell Rock Lighthouse in the distance.
Enjoy fresh fish and chips at the harbour, eat out at one of the many seafood restaurants or simply enjoy some traditional food and drink in warm, friendly surroundings.