The Seaboard Villages (Scottish Gaelic: Na Trì Port Mara) are three contiguous coastal villages, situated about 10 km southeast of the town of Tain in Easter Ross, Scotland. They face east onto the Moray Firth.

Namely (from North to South):
Hilton of Cadboll – which has the pier
Balintore – which has the harbour
Shandwick – which has the bay

Run by a group of volunteers, The Seaboard History website is dedicated to the social history of the Seaboard Villages.

We are extremely grateful to everyone who provided material for the stories covering all different topics from People, Villages, War .. and so much more.  There is a wealth of information on the website which is the Seaboard Villages digital archive.

Do you live locally or have a Seaboard Village story?  If so we would love for you to tell us your story.