Findhorn is a historic village located in Moray that was once an important commercial and fishing port, featuring a thriving shipbuilding industry with trading links to Scandinavia and beyond.
Findhorn village is focused around the bay, with one of the major sailing and watersports centres along the coastline making its home there.
Situated in Findhorn Bay, the village of Findhorn has a magnificent beach, a delightful harbour and a small heritage centre. Head to Findhorn Heritage Centre where you can uncover fascinating underground chambers, explore the history of local salmon fishing and learn the secrets of the Sands of Findhorn heritage where you can journey from prehistoric times to the present day.
Aside from the quaint village, nearby Culbin Sands, Forest and Findhorn Bay are great places for wildlife, walking and watersport adventures.
Bi-annually a cultural explosion takes place in the area in the form of Findhorn Bay Arts Festival, which showcases local and international visual, musical, and theatrical artists. The community of Findhorn and the wider Forres area have been awarded a Creative Place Award in 2015 in recognition for their involvement in this, and other creative projects.
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