|What to "See and Do" in the Wick area|
Wick was once the busiest herring port in Europe and there are many places where you can find old photographs showing the herring industry at its height.
Wick has a half-day every Wednesday.
|Wick Heritage Centre||Old Parish Church||Groatesque Gallery||Pulteney Distillery|
|Wick Swimming Pool||The Pilot House||Yarrows Archaeological Trail - Thrumster||The Trinkie|
|Sinclair and Girnigoe Castle||The Flower Gardens||Camping and Caravan||Northern Martial Arts Studio|
|4x4 Off-Road Activities||Pony Trekking and Hacking||Clan Sinclair Study Centre||Wick Golf Club|
|Caithness Glass - Visitor Centre now closed.|
Trinkie Outdoor Swimming Pool
The Trinkie is a natural sea water pool which is painted yearly. There is a road that runs down to it and on a hot summer's day you will find families having picnics and swimming here.
Camping and Caravan Park
On the main Wick to Thurso Road, at the edge of Wick you will notice the sign to the Caravan and Camping Park. This is a lovely site both in location and facilities!
Wick quite rightly takes great pride in its flower gardens. Every year the theme is different and a lot of pleasure is generated by the colour and design.
and Girnigoe Castle
Sinclair and Girnigoe Castle's are wonderful! Picked out in pink stone they have to be seen. Unfortunately they are in bad repair and although there are moves underway to do something about this, it is a slow job. Be warned that the buildings can be dangerous and they are perched on steep cliffs. Keep a tight reign on any children that you have with you - or even consider not taking them!
See Clan Sinclair
Wick Tourist Information Centre: Telephone 01955 602596