Foyers is a small village located beside the souther shore of Loch Ness in Scotland. This is the quiet side of the loch and the village is a good place to stop for a tea and to see the waterfalls
This Unspoilt destination bestows the bliss of Mother Nature in its lush green highlands. History dates back when General George Wade built a network of military roads along the highlands. The road connects Fort Augustus in the north and Loch Ness in the east.
Local Sights & Activities for Foyers
This quite and tranquil place has abundance of natural beauty treasured in its surroundings. The plantations near the Loch Ness and beautiful houses on the edge of Upper Foyers look attractive. The most charming of them the Falls of Foyers a 140ft waterfall which drops into the gorge heading towards to Loch Ness.