About the Moray Firth Coastline

This spectacular coastline stretches 750 km from Duncansby Head in the north to Fraserburgh in the east. The region is fed by a number of rivers including the Findhorn and Spey - both hotspots for white water kayaking, game fishing and river bugs. The Moray Firth coastline is also a magical place to spot whales, porpoises and dolphins – meet them at Charnery Point near Rosemarkie or take a boat trip and get even closer.


Lossiemouth Beaches

The beaches around Lossiemouth are long and golden with deep dunes for protection if the weather is wild. But the hoards of windsurfers who gather here don’t want protection – they’re looking for the perfect gales and waves for windsurfing, surfing and kitesurfing.

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