This delightful broad sandy beach runs west from the historic pretty fishing village of Portmahomack.
Edged at low water with rock pools and natural barriers at both ends, this beach is gently sloping. Its idyllic location makes it popular with leisure crafts and the village has become a pleasant resort. There is a quiet harbour on the north side where boats can be anchored and an interesting circular walk out along the coast to the Tarbat Ness Lighthouse, the tallest on the Scottish mainland.
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