There’s an excellent and varied choice of places to stay – B&Bs overlooking the sea, farm stays, camping and caravanning sites in the heart of the countryside and hotels with swimming pools are just a few of the possibilities.
Angus has a great selection of family-friendly, welcoming restaurants, cafés and bistros, with menus to suit all budgets. Browse places to eat and drink in Angus.
Angus has an excellent roads infrastructure, with the A90 connecting the area to Aberdeen, Perth and Edinburgh, and the A92 serving the coastal area. There’s a good choice of public transport, with buses and trains linking towns and villages to each other and to Dundee, as well as good connections to places further afield.
In the more remote areas of Angus, and in the Angus Glens, a car is required. However, once you get here, the roads in this part of Angus are very good for cycling. Find out more information about bike hire or, if you would like to hire an electric bike.
Find out more about travelling to Angus by train, by bus, and by plane to Dundee Airport.