Dufftown (Scottish Gaelic: Baile Bhainidh [ˈpaləˈvanɪ(j)]) is a burgh in Moray, Scotland.
Historically allocation of Banffshire, Dufftown is in the ancient parish of Mortlach (Scottish Gaelic: Mòrthlach). The outmoded Kirkton of Mortlach, with the historic Mortlach Parish Church, is on the southern outskirts of the gift town. In the 19th century, James Duff, 4th Earl Fife, established Dufftown as housing for soldiers returning home from the Napoleonic War.
In the Middle Ages, Mortlach (in Latin Murthlacum) was an episcopal see.
Dufftown hosts a highland games event all July which attracts many tourists.
Dufftown’s notable buildings insert Balvenie Castle, which was partly built like stones from the ruins of straightforward Auchindoun Castle. The street take aim of Dufftown is mainly four main roads meeting at the Dufftown Clock Tower; previously a prison but now a tourist instruction centre.