The Moray Coast has a selection of beautiful sandy beaches, bays and harbours. Burghead is centrally situated on the Moray Firth that stretches from Aberdeenshire to Inverness. It is a perfect location for exploring all that the area has to offer. Try coastal or forest walks, visit castles and forts, look for marine wildlife, golf on some of the most picturesque courses in Scotland. The choices are endless!
Burghead Beach and Coastal walks
A few steps from the caravan park at Burghead It is possible to walk West along the beautiful sandy and pebble beach to Findhorn Bay some 6 miles away. In Findhorn you can try a number of water based activities from windsurfing to sailing or a sea adventure exploring the wonderful Moray Firth coastline with its amazing and abundant wildlife. Return to Burghead via the Roseisle Forest trail.
Alternatively walking East the coastal path can be followed to Lossiemouth 7 miles from Burghead passing through the small town of Hopeman that is only 2.5 miles away. Look out for unusual rock formations before finding sandy bays and rockpools . Seals and dolphins are often seen on this coast and a variety of coastal birds including Cormorants, Kittywakes, Shags and many more!
Burghead has a thriving harbour. Today the fishing boats fish for, and catch, mainly prawns. However, in days gone by fishing boats from Burghead regularly landed, and sold, catches of cod, skate, ling, hallibut, whiting, mackerel and lobster. Larger vessels were also employed in transporting stones from the quarries and grain. The vessels carrying grain returning with coal.
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