Angus has it all, from the breathtaking scenery of the rolling hills and glens, to the sandy white beaches along the stunning coastline in the east of Scotland. There are lots of exciting things to see and do in between, from playing championship golf courses to visiting castles and historic houses. With a unique choice of accommodation, a packed program of events and festivals throughout the year and world-famous food to choose from, there’s something for everyone, making Angus the perfect holiday destination.

There are seven towns in Angus, each with unique character and attractions – Arbroath, Brechin, Carnoustie, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Monifieth and Montrose. This beautiful county has excellent road, rail and air links and is within easy reach of Scotland’s main cities.

Angus is situated inside 842 square miles on the East Bank of Scotland, bragging a fluctuated scene far reaching mountains, valleys and glens, to prime horticultural and land and memorable towns and towns along a changed North Ocean shoreline

Angus is known as Scotland’s Origination because of the marking of the Announcement of Arbroath at Arbroath Monastery in 1320

It is additionally famous the world over for the absolute best greens at any point made, including Carnoustie, which has The 2018 Open and is viewed as one of the hardest courses for any golf player to take on

The seven primary towns of Angus are – Arbroath, Brechin, Carnoustie, Forfar, Kirriemuir Monifieth and Montrose

Populace est. 116,520 (2.2% of Scottish populace) involving 51.3 female to48.7% male. Youngsters make up 16.7% of the populace, with 60.6% of individuals of working age and 22.7% of pensionable age

It’s anticipated that our populace will develop to 120,800 by 2039
There are 53,142 families in Angus (around 80% in confidential area convenience and the rest of neighborhood authority or lodging affiliation property)

The Statement of Arbroath in 1320 impacted the US Announcement of Freedom of 4 July 1776

Angus produces 28% of Scotland’s potatoes
James Chalmers, designer of the cement postage stamp, hails from Arbroath

The historical backdrop of Glamis Palace is weaved with that of the illustrious family, with it being the youth home of the late Sovereign Mother. Shakespeare additionally picked it as Macbeth’s home for his well known Scottish play

The Chime Rock Beacon, 11 miles off the Arbroath shorefront, is the world’s most established enduring ocean washed beacon – worked by Robert Stevenson somewhere in the range of 1807 and 1811

Aberlemno is the site of three enormous Pictish stones dating from the seventh and eighth Century Promotion
In Forfar, Helen Guthrie was the last individual associated with being a witch to be executed in December 1662

Brechin is notable for its basilica and eleventh hundred years round tower – one of just two Irish-style landmarks that endure today – and offering a “city status” to the burgh town

Handyman’s child David Dunbar Buick left Arbroath for America with his family during the 1850s. He later established the exemplary Buick vehicle firm

East Safe house is one of Scotland’s most seasoned fishing networks – tracing all the way back to 1214
Kirriemuir was the origination of Peter Container creator JM Barrie and accepted to be the area of the first Wendy House

A smoked haddock is just an Arbroath Smokie on the off chance that it is created in the conventional way inside a 8km span of Arbroath. The delicacy was first created at adjoining Auchmithie.

The principal Scots Word reference was distributed in 1808 and aggregated in Forfar by John Jamieson



All regions in Angus Postal Code
Aberlemno DD8
Airlie DD8
Aldbar DD9
ArbirlotD D11
ArbroathD DD11
Auchmithie DD11
Auchterforfar DD8
Auchterhouse DD2, DD3
Backmuir of Liff DD2
Baldovan DD3
Baldovie DD5
Balgavies DD8
Balintore DD8
Ballinshoe DD8
Balmirmer DD11
Barns of Claverhouse DD3
Barns of Wedderburn DD4
Barry DD7
BirkhillDD2, DD3
Bogindollo DD8
Borrowfield DD10
Bowriefauld DD8
Brechin DD9
Bridgefoot DD3
Bridgend DD9
Brighty DD4
Burnside DD8
Careston DD9
Carmyllie DD11
Carnoustie DD7
Carroch DD8
Chapelton DD11
Charleston DD8
Clocksbriggs DD8
Colliston DD11
Cortachy DD8
Craichie DD8
CraigoD D10
Craigton DD8
Douglastown DD8
DronleyDD2, DD3
Drumclune DD8
Duntrune DD4
Eassie DD8
Easthaven DD7
East Kinwhirrie DD8
Edzell DD9
ElliotD D11
Farnell DD9
Fern DD8
FerrydenD D10
Finavon DD8
Folda PH11
Forfar DD8
Fowlis DD2
Fowlis Easter DD2
Friockheim DD11
Gagie DD4
Glamis DD8
Glenclova DD8
Glenesk DD9
Glenisla PH11
Glenmoy DD8
Glenogil DD8
Glenogilvy DD8
Glenprosen DD8
Glenquiech DD8
Gowanbank DD8
Guthrie DD8
Halfpennyburn DD8
HillsideD D10
Hospitalfield DD11
Idvies DD8
Inchbare DD9
Inveraldie DD4
Inverarity DD8
Invereighty DD8
Inverkeilor DD11
Justinhaugh DD8
Kellas DD5
KilryP H11
Kincaldrum DD8
Kingennie DD5
Kingoldrum DD8
Kingsmuir DD8
Kinnaird DD9
KinnellD D11
Kinnettles DD8
Kinnordy DD8
Kirkbuddo DD8
Kirkinch PH12
Kirkton Industrial Estate DD11
Kirriemuir DD8
Letham DD8
Letham Grange DD11
Lethnot DD9
Liff DD2
Lintrathen DD8
Little Brechin DD9
Logie DD8
Logie Pert DD10
Lour DD8
LunanD D10
Lunanhead DD8
Lundie DD2
Maryton DD8
Menmuir DD9
Monifieth DD5
Monikie DD5
MontroseD D10
Muirdrum DD7
Muirhead DD2
Muiryknowes DD8
Murroes DD4, DD5
Nether Careston DD9
Newbigging DD5
NewtyleP H12
Northmuir DD8
NorthwaterbridgeA B30
Oathlaw DD8
Orchardbank Business Park DD8
Padanaram DD8
Panbride DD7
Panmure DD7
Pearsie DD8
Pitkennedy DD8
Pitscandly DD8
Redford DD11
Rossie DD10
Roundyhill DD8
Ruthven PH12
Saint Vigeans DD11
Scurdie Ness DD10
Stracathro DD9
Strathmartine DD3
Tannadice DD8
Tarfside DD9
Tealing DD3, DD4
Trinity DD9
Turin DD8
Wellbank DD5
Welton Corner DD8
Westhaven DD7
Westmuir DD8
Woodville D11