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All reviews sand dunes beautiful beach high tide moray firth great walk sun was shining black isle gorgeous place great scenery lucky with the weather seals basking north shore dog walkers lovely village sunny day sheltered bay opposite beach
We parked at the side of the road as you come into the town. The tide was out so we walked along the stones until we reached the harbour where we rejoined the path. We then walked out to the beach and around the end...More
Findhorn was recommended to us as a lovely peaceful place to stop off at and it did not disappoint. We parked the car on the one way lane into the village, walked alongside the bay with its boats bobbing up and down and then came...More
This is a must visit , long walks on pebble and sand , forget the weather just go and walk , walk and walk with the thought that there is somewhere to have a warm - hot something at the end of your adventure .
We were on holiday in Scotland to visit our son, he took us to Findhorn beach wow what a beautiful place we ended up going back 4 times during the week, we did go to other beaches but none came close to Findhorn we just...More
One of our favourite beaches as a couple of locals. Usually quite peaceful and always immaculately clean. The seals are always here and occasionally dolphins. Plenty shells to pick up for the Grandkids.
Great beach to visit and not too busy. The beach is a very long sandy beach stretching from Findhorn to Burghead over 6 miles away - see attached photo.
Just up from the beach there are great examples of the 2nd world war defence system...More