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Visiting Bonar Bridge Golf Club Sutherland, Bonar Bridge, Ardgay, 9 hole Golf course in Scotland, only 45 minutes north of Inverness on the Struie road, set amongst grand scenery, Loch Migdale down below to the south east, surrounded with woodland and panoramic scenery, barren and rugged heights to the north, while the south can seem the sinuous channel of the Kyle of Sutherland, with magnificent mountains of Ross beyond. Here on the Bonar-Ardgay course the votary of the Royal...

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Dornoch Beach
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Visiting Dornoch Beach

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. Visiting Dornoch Beach is a must-do for anyone who wants to experience Scotland's stunning North Coast. With its majestic sea views, unspoilt beaches and picturesque village of fishing cottages, it makes for an unforgettable holiday destination. From lounging on the soft golden sands to exploring nearby historic sites such as Dunnet Head or enjoying exhilarating coastal walks with remarkable seascapes – Dornoch has something for everyone! Whether you’re planning a romantic getaway or simply seeking some rest and relaxation amid breathtaking surroundings - don't miss out on visiting this beautiful beach in Scotland!


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Dornoch Beach: An Unforgettable Visit to Scotland's Treasured Natural Paradise.
Experience the breathtaking beauty of Dornoch, a beach surrounded by Highland hills and white sand dunes with crystal clear waters filled with wildlife - perfect for swimming and snorkeling! Enjoy modern amenities in this coastal town while indulging in its historical sites like Castle Sinclair Girnigoe or the stunning ruins of Skelbo Chapel. With activities such as kayaking, hiking trails, golf courses, barbeques on the shoreline – it’s all there waiting for you at one of Scotland’s most treasured natural paradises! Spend your days strolling along awe-inspiring coastlines that are sure to make your stay unforgettable; come explore what many call “the pearl of Sutherland.

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.

Top Attractions In And Around Dornoch Beach

Located in the Scottish Highlands, is a stunning area with not only a beautiful beach but also several attractions nearby. Here are some top attractions in and around Dornoch Beach:

  1. Dornoch Beach: This picturesque beach itself is a major attraction. It's known for its golden sands and scenic views, perfect for walks, picnics, or simply relaxing by the sea.

  2. Dornoch Cathedral: A historic cathedral dating back to the 13th century, known for its stunning architecture and beautiful surroundings. It's a must-visit for history and architecture enthusiasts.

  3. Royal Dornoch Golf Club: Renowned as one of the world's top golf courses, this is a paradise for golfers. Even if you're not a golfer, the views and the prestige of this club are worth experiencing.

  4. Historylinks Museum: This museum in Dornoch provides insights into the local history, showcasing artifacts, exhibitions, and information about the area's past, including the Dornoch's witch trials.

  5. Falls of Shin: Though a bit of a drive from Dornoch (around 40 minutes), Falls of Shin is a spectacular waterfall and visitor attraction where you can watch leaping Atlantic salmon.

  6. Castle of Mey: Formerly the summer residence of the Queen Mother, this castle is around an hour's drive from Dornoch. It offers tours of the castle and beautiful gardens with stunning views of the coast.

  7. Glenmorangie Distillery: Whisky enthusiasts might enjoy a visit to this famous distillery, which is relatively close to Dornoch. Take a tour to learn about the whisky-making process and perhaps indulge in a tasting.

  8. Tain Through Time: Just a short drive away in Tain, this museum offers an interactive journey through the history of Tain and the surrounding area.

These attractions provide a mix of natural beauty, historical significance, and cultural experiences, making Dornoch Beach and its surroundings an enriching destination for various interests.

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Dornoch Beach is a serene paradise! The golden sands stretch for miles, offering a peaceful retreat amidst stunning Scottish Highlands scenery. Whether you're taking a leisurely stroll, enjoying a picnic, or simply soaking in the breathtaking views, this beach is a must-visit. The tranquil ambiance and natural beauty make it a standout destination for relaxation and rejuvenation. Highly recommended for anyone seeking coastal serenity!
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