A small sandy bay surrounded by rocks and backed by a grassy area, a small town and a campsite.
Beach type: Sand
Nearest town: Buckie
Local authority: Moray Council
OS Grid Reference: NJ448671
Tourist Information Point
Phone 01343 562 608
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Forecast for Thursday 21 March
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