New Aberdour
Aberdour Bay, north of New Aberdour, looking east

A small 19th century planned village, New Aberdour (Scottish Gaelic: Obar Dobhair) lies just south of the Moray Firth Coast, 7 miles (11 km) west of Fraserburgh. One of the earliest churches in Scotland, is said to have been founded here in 580 AD by Saint Drostan and Saint Columba.


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Coordinates: 57°39′N 2°11′W / 57.65°N 2.183°W / 57.65; -2.183


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