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Footdee (Fittie)

Pocra Quay | Beach Esplanade, Aberdeen AB11 5DQ, Scotland
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Interesting area for walking

Just a fun way to get to see local Aberdeen...its quaint homes and quiet charm. If you want to get... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Sue R
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Silverton, Oregon, United States
Piece of Aberdeen history

Tucked away down by the harbour mouth, Fittie is a glimpse of a way of life long gone. The old... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
scaifie
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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Pocra Quay | Beach Esplanade, Aberdeen AB11 5DQ, Scotland

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Reviewed yesterday

Just a fun way to get to see local Aberdeen...its quaint homes and quiet charm. If you want to get out and walk through a little history, visit Footdee.

Thank Sue R
Reviewed 6 days ago

Tucked away down by the harbour mouth, Fittie is a glimpse of a way of life long gone. The old fishing village is lovingly maintained. It has a mixture of tall terraced houses, single story cottages and the quirky outhouses and gardens. We've taken visitors...More

Thank scaifie
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Fittie is the place to go if you want to get a sense of Aberdeen's historical relationship with the sea. It's also a lovely place to visit with direct access to the beach and a playground for the younger members of our group. A busy...More

Thank laf764
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Not sure if we were underwhelmed because we had to walk to it and the walk along the harbour wasn't pleasant, but felt it wasn't worth the visit

Thank WaltSMASH
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Footdee (Fitee) is a little gem of a place to stroll through right at the end of Aberdeen Beach near the harbour. It has historical interest as well as being very pretty with it's tiny houses snuggled around the squares. The houses have their backs...More

Thank jayneb242
Reviewed 1 week ago

Extraordinary place. I have never seen anything like this anywhere else. Best place in Aberdeen to click some great photos.

Thank Divyang R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Travel back in time and imagine the families of those who worked the herring boats in the adjacent dock living in these houses. Many of the houses have had modern make overs but the the majority look as they did a century ago. Our visit...More

Thank ExploreGB
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The houses were built on the site of the first settlement of dwellers at the mouth of the river Dee hundreds of years ago. These houses a so well cared for and are such a close community. A beautiful place

Thank emurrayprojects
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is part of old Aberdeen- fishing community so that aspect of this area is interesting. The architecture still shows the original houses and church. Grid outlay so wandering is easy to do. Do go in via the main entrance and then you can leave...More

Thank Sue H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely little stroll around this very well-kept, colourful little village of cottages at the far end of the sea front - really worth a visit!

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rosielee44
Is it within walking distance from Aberdeen city centre ?
3 September 2016|
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Response from tonywebst | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can walk it in twenty minutes or so, but goes past the docks so is not very pleasant for a stroll! Best bet is to drive and park at the sea front for free.
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