Oldshoremore beach Kinlochbervie Scotland.
This is a scattered crofting hamlet in the Eddrachillis parish of Sutherland with a beautiful quiet beach, very peaceful and almost deserted, the views breathtaking, well off the beaten track, add 5-10 degrees Celsius and you might as well be in the Caribbean, Just blue seas, long stretch of postcard white sand and the views over the Minch to keep you company.
The beach is linked to two other smaller beaches with yellow sands and rocks and great waves, excellent car park and spotless toilets, difficult access to the beach from the car park if not fully fit, a bit of a scramble over the sand dunes and steps to a beautiful white sandy beach, flat and gently sloping into the sea, with rocky outcrops for exploring with rock, it be windy, pack some layers and a flask of tea and you will have a brilliant afternoon, signposted from the minor road beyond Kinlochbervie, the machair here is well known for its special wild flowers, photographically as few people around a hidden gem in the far north west coast, a real place to gather thoughts and take beautiful pictures. brilliant for exploring
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