Things to see and do - Wick
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Wick Travel guide
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The town lies on the banks of a river sharing the same name, which originates from the Norse term Vik, meaning a bay. Wick was the site of one of the first intensive fishing operations and in the early 19C it was the country's premier herring port. At the height of that activity, more than 1 000 boats operated from here and Pulteneytown on the southern shore. Recalling this richer past is today's small fishing fleet based in Wick harbour, which catches white-flesh fish.
Tourist attractions Wick : Things to see and do
GB - John O' Groats KW1 4YR
From the lighthouse on the north-eastern headland of Scottish land, you will get a fine view above Pentland Firth, an 11km-wide strait known for its dangerous tides. A path leads to another viewpoint, situated at the top of the cliff, that overlooks ..
Caithness GB - John O Groats KW1 4YR
With panoramic views of the Pentland Firth and the Orkney Isles, Seaview Hotel is just half a mile from the John O’Groats ferry terminal. This family-run hotel has a bar and restaurant and offers free parking and Wi-Fi. Each room has en suite bathro..
Union Street GB - Wick KW1 5ED
In Wick, in the beautiful area of Caithness in the Northern Highlands, Mackays offers award-winning service and fine food in No1 Bistro, as well as free Wi-Fi and parking. Built in 1883, Hotel is regularly updated, combining attractive period featur..
Station Road GB - Watten KW1 5YN
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Situated in the historic village of Watten, near Loch Watten, this family-run hotel provides a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, complemented by comfortable accommodation and fantastic home-cooked food. An ideal base for fishing, Loch Watten is ..