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Fraserburgh Bay is an inlet of the North Sea on the Buchan coast and has a blue flag status.
This pretty bay boasts golden sand and is found to the east of the fishing port of Fraserburgh, between Kinnaird Head and Cairbulg Point.
Approximately 4 km long, Fraserburgh Bay is a popular location for watersports, particularly surfing, as well as for walking and family outings.
Facilities include a car park, public toilets, and a café.
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