A sandy beached backed by a small town and a famous golf course. Caution - Bathing water quality samples taken by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency on 3 & 8 July 2006 did not meet legal minimum standards.
Beach type: Sand/rock
Nearest town: Dundee
Local authority: Angus Council
OS Grid Reference: NO567342
Tourist Information Centre
Harbour Visitor Centre
Phone 01241 872 609
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Forecast for Saturday 15 December
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The Seaview Guest House in Carnoustie overlooks the North Sea, less than 10 minutes’ walk from the town’s championship golf course. This 4-star non-smoking guest house offers free WiFi and on-site parking. Details...
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