Findhorn is famous for it’s wide lovely sandy beaches, which are backed by extensive dunes. These are a delight for adults and children to explore, play hide in or offering the perfect picnic shelter.
The area enjoys a micro climate which is surprisingly dry and warm in spring and summer benefiting from the shelter of the Western and Northern Highlands.
Findhorn was once the busy seaport of Moray involved in much of the history and legends of the area. The three hundred year old village is now an ideal holiday centre offering a wide variety of activities.
The cottage is a perfect base for those seeking either an active outdoor holiday or a relaxing romantic retreat in a beautiful part of Scotland.
The available activities are extensive with sailing and fishing on the bay, walking and wildlife watching with local Ospreys, a seal colony on the point and the famous Moray Firth dolphins just a boat ride away.
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LOCAL EVENTS AND ATTRACTIONS
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