Whitehills is a traditional fishing village, located two miles west of Banff and four miles east of Portsoy on the Banffshire coast of northeast Scotland. The District surrounding Whitehills is a mix of farmland and scattered hamlets, including Boyndie, Inverboyndie . . . Due to it’s sheltered location on a picturesque bay under Knock Head the historical coastal village of Whitehills provided an ideal base for a prosperous fishing industry from as early as the 1700s. A downturn in the fishing industry means that these days the harbour, which is now an award-winning marina.
There is a wealth of accommodation and things to do in the area: cafes, shops, pubs, restaurants, marina, watersports, visitor and genealogy centres, art galleries, museums, walking, wildlife and bird watching, boat trips, fly and sea fishing, events