Top 10 Angus Beaches
Here are The UK Beach Guides top 10 Angus beaches. Our rating is based on two factors, the first is the amount each page is viewed and the second is any reviews submitted. These counts get reset at the start of each month.1. Monifieth Sands Beach
2. East Haven Beach
3. West Haven Beach
4. Barry Sands Beach
5. Montrose Beach
6. Arbroath Beach
7. Victoria Park Beach
1. Monifieth Sands Beach, DundeeMonifieth Sands a stretch of beach on the north shore of the Firth of Tay, It stretches from from Barnhill in the west to the Barry Sands in the east. Popular with kitesurfers and windsurfe...
For more details visit our Monifieth Sands Beach page
2. East Haven Beach, CarnoustieEast Haven beach is 1.5 miles (2 km) east of Carnoustie. The beach is a sand/rock mix situated on an exposed stretch of coast and can be very windy....
For more details visit our East Haven Beach page
3. West Haven Beach, CarnoustieWest Haven is a small sandy beach surrounded by rocks....
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4. Barry Sands Beach, CarnoustieBarry Sands is the main beach at Carnoustie. The beach is a large expanse of sand. ** If you know this beach then please add some details....
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5. Montrose Beach, MontroseMontrose beach is a clean sandy beach set against a high ridge of dunes...
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6. Arbroath Beach, ArbroathThe main Arbroath beach is also known as Elliot Beach or West Links Beach. The beach is a large sandy beach within Arbroath itself backed by sandy areas....
For more details visit our Arbroath Beach page
7. Victoria Park Beach, ArbroathVictoria Park beach is near the harbour with rock pools on the beach....
For more details visit our Victoria Park Beach page
Interactive map of Angus: explore and research the Angus coastline - looking at beaches, things to do, places to stay, eat and visit.
Angus has a coastline that offers unspoilt scenery with gentle, rolling foothills taking you up to the edge of the Cairngorms National park.
This is the spot to play golf on world class courses, walk, fish and simply drink in the wide open spaces. The Eastern edge of the North Sea offers sandy beaches, cliffs and shoreline that abound in maritime heritage.
There are many towns and villages to explore here like Arbroath, famous for the Abbey dating back to the twelfth century and Inverkeilor and Montrose where a 2000 acre, tidal basin provides refuge for migratory birds.
Add to this walking in the glens, country picnics and city shopping and a quick tot or two at Crieff for a nip of Scottish Whisky and it's a perfect place for a really active but relaxing holiday!
Attractions to enjoy include:
- Glamis Castle - childhood home of HM The Queen Mother
- Discovery Point - Captain Scott
- Sensation Science Centre
- Kirriemuir - birthplace of JM Barrie
- Arbroarth Abbey
- Signal Tower Museum
- Caledonian Railway
- British Golf Museum at St Andrews
- Montrose Life Boat Station