Of Norse origin, it soon became a famous trading and commercial centre in United Kingdom!
It is in the estreme far end of Scotland.
Many are the opportunities to practice golf and fishing goers, especially for trouts and salmon!
On sunny days, from its coast can be enjoyed the view of the far away Hoy Island and Dunnet Head.
Thurso, in the north far end of Scotland is immerged in a highly varied landscape: wild cliffs and tiny islands, unique moorlands and unspoilt sandy beaches, extraordinary mountain views and much more!
In northern Scotland Thurso, in an extraordinay untouched natural scenery, is a typical coastal town long considered a favorite destination for surfists.
According to its past and present tradition, Thurso is where good seafood platters or salads are served nearly everywhere, along with simply delicious and well cooked fresh fish, trouts and salmon, among the specialties!
The city enjoys a climate with summers characterized by warm days with humid periods and a chilly breeze at night.
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