Dunglass Beach


    Dunglass Beach is a rocky beach situated at the seaward end of a steep river valley which carries Dunglass burn to the sea.

    Much of this coast is recognized nationally and internationally as a wetland habitat for wildfowl and waders such a curlew and redshank. The 1.8km section of Dunglass Beach is part of the John Muir Way - a continuous path which extends for almost 73km, linking East Lothian with the City of Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders.

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