Wick is the county town of Caithness, in the Scottish Highlands. It is situated on the east coast, on the A99, just south of John O'Groats and south-east of Thurso.
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The town of Wick is part of the historic county of Caithness, which is today part of the Highland council area in the north of Scotland. It's home to around 8,000 people and was historically a fishing port and a key part of Scotland's large herring fishing industry.
Wick's harbour remains an important part of the town's economy and has a growing marina, but fishing has declined, as has been the case in most other Scottish fishing ports. Wick has its own airport, Wick John O'Groats Airport, which is located just to the north of the town and operates scheduled flights to Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
One of the town's main attractions for visitors is the Castle of Old Wick, which dates back to the 12th century when Wick was under Norwegian rule. Also popular with visitors is the Pulteney Distillery, which is situated in Pulteneytown, on the south side of the River Wick. It makes a very fine single malt whisky!
Wick is the nearest major town for many Highland residents and this, combined with its size, means that car and van hire facilities are locally available in Wick to serve the town and the surrounding area.
Expect a typical range of hire vans to be available, some may require pre-booking: