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Inverbervie is an ancient town and was mentioned in literature relating to Arbroath Abbey in the 12th century. Initially a fishing town, this industry slowly stopped being of importance, despite improvements made to the harbour by the engineer Thomas Telford in 1819. Hallgreen Castle to the south is worth a visit (originally built in 1376, it is now a hotel), and the walk south along the shore to Gourdon is attractive. For cycling there is a network of rural roads on rolling hills that accessible from Inverbervie. and National Cycle Route One links the village to Stonehaven going north and Montrose going south. If you arrive by car, you'll find parking in the village square or down the hill at the shore (follow signs for the Caravan Park)