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Tuesday, 25 January 2022 06:46

Dornoch Beach is a Blue Flag beach, is ideal for families with its gentle shallows, sheltering dunes and miles of golden sands. Dornoch Beach is a very dog friendly, everything is clean, unspoiled and is not commercialised, lovely beach sandy walk for a long way dogs can run free, There are dunes behind the beach and it’s all lovely for a good walk with or without a dog. There is car parking and picnic tables at the back of the beach and a lovely kiddies playground at the side of the caravan...

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Dornoch Beach
Dornoch Beach
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Bridge at Dornoch
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Loch Laoigh, Dornoch, Accommodation
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Dornoch Beach
Dornoch Beach

Dornoch Beach Visitor Guide

Dornoch Beach is a Blue Flag beach, is ideal for families with its gentle shallows, sheltering dunes and miles of golden sands.

Dornoch Beach is a very dog friendly, everything is clean, unspoiled and is not commercialised, lovely beach sandy walk for a long way dogs can run free, There are dunes behind the beach and it’s all lovely for a good walk with or without a dog.

There is car parking and picnic tables at the back of the beach and a lovely kiddies playground at the side of the caravan site with sweeping views up the Dornoch Firth, to the south across to the lighthouse at Tarbet Ness above Portmahomack and over to the Moray coast.

The water is shallow for a long way out, making it a pretty safe beach for swimming and playing around with lots of shells on the beach.

  • Dornoch Beach Geolocation Latitude 57.870414 Longitude -4.011817
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Sometimes the weather will be glorious with long sunny days, other times it's so bracing, that you really need to have wrapped up warmly.

At the headland there are numerous seabirds, adjacent to the beach is a Site of Special Scientific Interest that features nesting birds and sea birds, it has a variety of species including otters and seals, wild fowl flora and fauna such as orchids and butterflies, the reserve is managed by the Scottish Wildlife Trust.

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