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Arbroath, Harbour


With a harbour at its heart, Arbroath is set on a stunning sandy beach, surrounded by sandstone cliffs. Arbroath is famed for its delectable smokies, a delicious smoked haddock delicacy and Arbroath Abbey, where the Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320, asserting Scotland’s independence.

Landmarks and Attractions

Arbroath Abbey

A historic monastery dating back to the 12th century, renowned for its significance in Scottish history. Learn about its role in the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320.

Arbroath Signal House

A maritime museum housed in a restored signal tower, this place offers visitors the opportunity to discover the rich maritime heritage of the area.

Arbroath Smokies

A local delicacy and culinary tradition in the coastal town of Arbroath. These smoked haddock fillets are prepared using traditional methods, including hot smoking over chips, resulting in a distinctive flavour and tender texture.