Coordinates. Portsoy (Scottish Gaelic: Port Saoidh)  is a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The original name may come from Port Saoithe, meaning "saithe harbour".
Lying on the Moray coast between Cullen and Banff, Portsoy is a quite charming port village. Its attractive uphill town centre has fascinating streets winding down to ...
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Portsoy lies on the north facing coast of Aberdeenshire, approximately midway between Cullen and Banff. Of all the many ports along the Aberdeenshire and ...
The Scottish Traditional Boat Festival 2016. All proceeds from the festival and related events go towards the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival - Registered Charity ...
Portsoy railway station was a railway station in Portsoy, in current day Aberdeenshire. Opened in 1859 by the Banff, Portsoy and Strathisla Railway, it was absorbed ...
Portsoy is one of the prettiest and most unspoiled villages on the Moray Firth Coast. It is a small holiday town (population 2000) about 50 miles north west of Aberdeen.
Portsoy is in Aberdeenshire in North East Scotland, eight miles west of the larger and less interesting town of Banff. Known mostly for the Traditional Boat Festival ...
Portsoy (Gaelic: Port Saoidh) is a burgh in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, formerly in the county of Banffshire. It is known for: its local jewellery made from "Portsoy ...