Wick John O'Groats Flights (WIC)

In the extreme north of mainland Scotland with its unspoilt scenery, deserted beaches and rare wildlife is the North Highlands. John O’Groats, the mecca for charitable cycle rides is at the most northerly point of the mainland, just 20 miles from Wick, which is the county town of Caithness.

Caithness has very open expansive countryside, wide skies and dramatic seascapes to suit anyone looking for a relaxing, peaceful break.

Wick was originally a Viking settlement and was once claimed to be the busiest herring port in Europe. The harbour and much of the old town was designed by Thomas Telford and is a constant source of interest to visitors. Nearby Thurso on the Pentland Firth is popular with surfing enthusiasts.

Fly from Wick John O'Groats to:

Aberdeen (ABZ)

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Things to see and do

Pulteney Distillery

Pulteney Distillery

Is the most northerly on the Scottish mainland and continues to use traditional methods. Experience the craftsmanship first hand.

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Wick Heritage Centre

Wick Heritage Centre

Award winning exhibition depicting the herring boom of the early 19th century.

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Airport Guide

Wick John O'Groats Airport
Wick John O'Groats Airport is located on the northern edge of the town
+44 (0)1955 602215
The information desk and Eastern Airways check-in desk is located within the main check-in area
Eating & Drinking
The Airport Cafe serves a variety of breakfast rolls and hot food during the day including toasties, baked potatoes and soup - all freshly prepared on the premises. Home baking, tray bakes and other hearty meals are available each day.
Car Hire
The car hire desks are available in the terminal building.
Car Parking
A free of charge car park is available at the airport.
The railway station is situated near Wick town centre, which is only 1.5 miles from the airport. Trains depart from the station to Thurso, Inverness and all intermediate stations.
Wick John O'Groats Airport is clearly signposted.
Taxis are plentiful and meet all scheduled flights.
The bus station is situated near Wick town centre, which is only 1.5 miles from the airport. Buses are available to most towns and villages in Caithness as well as services to Inverness. Further details are available from the airport.