Getting Here

Fraserburgh is located at the far North East of Scotland and the journey to get here takes you along incredible coastline and across beautiful countryside. Whether you choose to drive yourself, or take advantage of the bus links from the nearby city of Aberdeen, the information included on this page should help you plan your visit.

Aberdeen enjoys an excellent public transport infrastructure and is home to a ferry port, railway and bus stations as well as an international airport. Whether you are reaching the city by plane, train or automobile there will be an option just right for you and from here you can continue on to Fraserburgh.

Travelling by car

Reaching Fraserburgh by car offers you the flexibility to explore the surrounding area as you please and to stop off at some of the villages you pass on the way. Google Maps is a great resource for planning your journey – simply enter your starting location, your destination as Fraserburgh and ensure that the ‘car’ option is selected for a route plan and set of directions.

If you are a visitor to the region and require a hire car, a selection of links to the websites of companies that operate in the area are included below:

Travelling by bus

If you would prefer to sit back and relax on your way to Fraserburgh why not take advantage of the public transport links by opting to take the bus. There are frequent buses available from Aberdeen Bus Station, departing as often as hourly during peak times. The bus operator is Stagecoach and full information and timetables can be viewed on their website:

A useful resource in making all of your travel plans is Traveline Scotland: