Greenbank Village is nestled in a quiet area of Fraserburgh, known locally as ‘the Broch’. Despite its quiet location it is within a mile of excellent shops and services, with Aberdeen city an easy drive.
- 17 Miles to Peterhead
- 26 Miles to Ellon
- 40 Miles to Dyce
- 41 Miles to Aberdeen
Life in the area
The Kinnaird Head Lighthouse is a key landmark in Fraserburgh; built by the Commissioners of the Northern Lighthouses in 1787 on top of the 1570 Fraser Tower House, it is no longer a working lighthouse, but now accommodates the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, neighbouring the Fraserburgh Heritage Centre.
The night life is centred in and around the town centre, whatever you preference in club scene or music there is bound to be a venue to suit all tastes.
Fraserburgh is the largest shellfish port in Europe, whilst still the main industry for the town, there are an abundance of other attractions.
Things to see and do
There is plenty to see and do in and around Fraserburgh.
The beach has world class conditions for surfers and kite board enthusiasts as well as miles of sandy beaches and rolling sand dunes to explore.
- Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants
- Golf Course and Driving Range
- Fraserburgh Football Club
- Lighthouse Museum
- Heritage Centre
- Swimming Pool and Sports Centre
- Leisure Centre – 10pin, Darts, Indoor Bowling, Snooker and Pool Tables
- Several Primary Schools
- Fraserbugh Academy
- Banff and Buchan College
- Flourishing Town Centre
- General Grocery and Convenience Stores
- Police Station
- Post Office
- Hairdressers and Beauticians
- Good Public Transport Links to Aberdeen City and Peterhead