Why not spend some time exploring the area? Start with a trip to the the Dunnet Bay Beach.
Scotland is a well-established travel destination, which means getting from A to B is easy. Make sure you give yourself sufficient time to tour the many things to see and do this region offers. Go to Thurso, and enjoy the Dunnet Bay Beach and Dunnet Head Lighthouse. Thurso is roughly 7 miles (11 kilometers) from Tain is a great place to spend some time. A trip to Wick is another option. It is 13 miles (21 kilometers) from Tain and where you'll find the Pulteney Distillery and Duncansby Head.
Around 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the north of Tain is Hoy Island, a regional city where you'll find Hackness Martello Tower, Dwarfie Stane and Old Man of Hoy. If you have enough time, be sure to visit Scapa Flow Visitor Centre, Ward Hill and St. John's Head before you return to Tain.
For a real insight into the religious side of Tain, be sure to make a stop at the area's many cathedrals. For a window into local culture, head straight to Scotland's history museums, nature museums and theaters.
The Tain region is a good destination to get into the great outdoors and enjoy the invigorating embrace of winter. When the mercury drops, grab your mittens and scarf and try snowboarding and skiing. No getaway is really complete without some down time. Camping is one way to relax in this region and picnicking is another.
There is a saying, the world is a book and those who choose not to travel read the same page. So book your holiday and discover the adventures to be had in Tain.