Banffshire is one of the historic counties of north-east Scotland, bordered to the east and south by Aberdeenshire, Morayshire and Inverness-shire to the west. Its long Moray Firth coastline stretches Troup Head in the east to Port Gordon on the west. Its southern boundary crosses the summit of Ben Macdui. It is Scotland in microcosm.
Banffshire is home to some of Scotland's most famous produce, Cullen Skink, Walker's shortbread, Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Glenlivet Malt Whisky to name but a few. This website celebrates Banffshire, its history, heritage, culture, landscape, products and its loons and quines.