Our guide to the best beaches in Moray
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Our guide to the best beaches in Moray

Sculpt the perfect sandcastle, soak up the sun or take a dip in the sea. However you like to spend your time on the beach, we can guarantee that there’s a stretch of sand nearby that’s just right for you.

Our holiday park in Scotland is surrounded by some of the finest beaches in Moray, so you won’t have to venture far to feel the sand between your toes! So, pack up your bucket and spade, layer on the sunscreen and head to the beach!

But, with so many nearby, which ones should you choose? To help inspire you, we’ve put together a mini guide to just a few of our favourites, many of which are only a skimming stone’s throw away from our park…

Silver Sands Beach

OK, so we may be a little biased but we think our local beach really does take some beating! It is this stretch of beach which our park its name and it’s very apt, with its sparkling golden sands. It’s official name is Lossiemouth West Beach and it’s backed by sand dunes. When you’re not building the perfect sandcastle you might see a few planes overhead, coming in to land or taking off from nearby RAF Lossiemouth.

Lossiemouth Beach (East Beach)

This is one of the most well-known and popular beaches in Moray. It’s close to the picturesque city of Elgin and is one for seascape lovers (so remember to bring your camera…). Access to the beach is via a wooden beach, which leads through sand dunes out onto a wide stretch of sand. It’s also a great spot for surfing!

Findhorn Beach

This beautiful beach marks the western edge of Burghead Bay and is one of the most well-known beaches in Moray. As well as being a wonderful beach in its own right it’s also a great place to spot wildlife and seal can often be seen here basking in the sun. Findhorn village is close by and is home to lots of small cafes and food outlets, so you can easily grab a bite to eat!

Want to know more? Discover more about the best beaches in Scotland here

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