East Beach is found in Lossiemouth, a lovely seaside town in Moray Speyside that is popular with visitors. East Beach has traditionally been a popular location for surfers.
This pebbly beach continues into sand when walking in a westward direction. Admire the pretty dunes and look out for birds and the famous resident Moray Firth bottlenose dolphins.
There is a car park at East Beach, but it’s not possible to access the beach as the footbridge over the River Lossie is unsafe and therefore closed for the time being.
Until the footbridge is repaired, we’d recommend visiting Lossiemouth’s West Beach – a popular 3-mile sandy strand with car parking, a café and Covesea Lighthouse.