Angus may be famous for its breed of cattle, but cows aren’t the only creatures who enjoy a good quality of life in this Scottish county. The rolling hills alone the coast are well populated, with large towns, while the north and west of the county is mountainous — it is in Strathmore, the fertile agricultural valley in between where Angus cattle and crops are raised. Schools in Angus are generally very good, while a wide choice of property is available and varies in price. Angus lends itself to numerous outdoor activities across its varied countryside, and the larger towns offer many entertainment and retail opportunities. Angus is well-connected by road and rail to the rest of the country.