Top 10 Moray Beaches
Here are The UK Beach Guides top 10 Moray 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. Hopeman East Beach
2. Buckie Beach
3. Cullen Beach
4. Lossiemouth West Beach
5. Covesea Beach
6. Burghead Beach
7. Findhorn Beach
8. Findochty Beach
9. Lossiemouth East Beach
1. Hopeman East Beach, ElginHopeman East beach is the larger of the two beaches at Hopeman. The beaches are split by the man-made harbour.Hopeman East beach is backed by grassy sand dunes and has plenty of rock pools t...
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2. Buckie Beach, StrathleneBuckie beach is a sandy beach with rocks and backed by grass areas. Buckie is a small town wich still has a working fishing port and shipyard....
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3. Cullen Beach, CullenCullen beach is a wide expanse of sand that sits in front of Cullen Golf course.The beach itself is within Cullen Bay that is sheltered by cliffs....
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4. Lossiemouth West Beach, LossiemouthLossiemouth - West beach is three miles of sand beyond headland housing Covesea Lighthouse. Can be a good windsurfing beach....
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5. Covesea Beach, LossiemouthCovesea beach is an extension to Lossiemouth's West Beach which gives you approximately 4 km of sand and rock pools to explire....
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6. Burghead Beach, ElginBurghead beach is to the west of Burghead and its harbour. The beach is a long sandy beach with sand dunes in a curving bay leading to Findhorn. Safe swimming, popular for surfing and the woods at ...
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7. Findhorn Beach, ForresFindhorn beach is a large sandy beach backed by marram grass and low sand dunes. Findhorn village is located at the mouth of Findhorn Bay but the beach stretches for seven miles to the East. This i...
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8. Findochty Beach, BuckieYou have some beach choices all within a short stroll from Findochty and this is a nice location to explore the rocky coastline and possibly spot the schools of Moray Firth dolphins. The small beac...
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9. Lossiemouth East Beach, LossiemouthLossiemouth - East beach is accessed by a footbridge over the mouth of the River Lossie. There are sand dunes along the first section of the east beach which were created artificially in the early ...
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Interactive map of Moray: explore and research the Moray coastline - looking at beaches, things to do, places to stay, eat and visit.
The county of Moray lies in the North East of Scotland on the coast of the Moray Firth.
Moray is not widely known as it lies off the usual beaten tourist path between the Highlands and the Grampian Mountains but it has a lot to offer holiday makers with miles of sandy coast on the Moray Firth where you can watch the bottle nosed dolphins from the shore.
Fishing is perfect here with river or sea fishing available and if you fancy the odd eighteen holes then you can choose from sixteen courses. This is Macbeth country and its history lies in the stones of the many castles, cairns and majestic beauty. It is also known for the only Malt Whisky Trail in the world!
From here you can explore Loch Ness and Inverness or head further into the Highlands.
Attractions to see in this area include:
- Aberlour Distillery
- Auchindoun Castle
- Ballindalloch Castle
- Burghead Bay and the Moray Firth
- Burghead Well and Iron Age Fort
- Duffus Castle
- Elgin Cathedral
- Glenfiddich Distillery
- Mortlach Church
- Pluscarden Abbey
- Randolphs Leap
- Spynie palace
- Glenlivet Distillery
- Moray First Wildlife and Nature Reserve
- Walker's Shortbread Visitors Centre