Dunure in South Ayrshire will receive an 18th Century makeover when the crews arrive on Monday, March 5.
The production team have used the village twice before as a location with the harbour and castle featuring in season 3 of the hugely popular television show.
It is understood that Visit Scotland will now include Dunure on the official Outlander map, which tracks locations used in the series, according to a report in the Daily Record.
Bill Grant MP told the newspaper said: “I’m delighted to hear that Dunure will once again feature as a location for Outlander.
“It’s a gem of a village, and the arrival of a film crew brings a boost to the whole area.
“I know too that some of my constituents have landed jobs, including as ‘extras’ during filming.”
Filming of season 4 of the show is now well underway in Scotland with other locations including Crieff, Perth, Falkland, a graveyard outside Falkirk and Cumbernauld Glen.