Enjoy picturesque village and sea views at Crovie Viewpoint.
The shelf on which the village of Crovie is perched is so narrow, it only has room for a row of cottages and the footpath in front of them.
Only a few feet from the cottages there is a drop to the rocky foreshore and the sea. Visitors are strongly encouraged not to drive down to the village itself. There is a car park and viewpoint on the cliffs above, complete with a wooden sculpture of a woman. It is a fair walk from there down to and (especially) back up from the village, and there is another car park just above the final hairpin bend descending to the shore. From here steps and a path lead to the harbour area in the centre of Crovie.