Fraserburgh Esplanade

Beaches

    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.

    Road Directions

    The Esplanade can be reached via the A90 turning off to the East on Harbour Road. The beach is accessed from the car park at the bay and is adjacent to the caravan park.

    Transport within Scotland

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