Portmahomack (Scottish Gaelic: Port Mo Chalmaig; ‘Haven of My [i.e. ‘Saint’] Colmóc’) is a small fishing village in Easter Ross, Scotland. Portmahomack is well known in Easter Ross because of the picturesque nature of the village.

Uniquely for an east coast village it faces to the west producing spectacular sunset views in the evening. It also benefits from it’s own micro climate being one of the driest areas in Scotland.

It is an excellent base for all sorts of sports and sightseeing activities including: Golfing at the Tarbat Golf Club; Dolphin spotting and fishing trips, beautiful walking routes and a spotless beach looking onto the Dornoch Firth, ideal for various water sports.

Portmahomack also has a historical links to the early Picts. You can visit an archaeology dig site at the Tarbat Discovery Centre which is situated within the village