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Moray Coast


Well known holiday destination. Two lovely sandy beaches, harbour, museum, theatre, shops, cafes pubs.


Cullen Bay is a top spot for dolphin watching. Sheltered sandy beach, antiques, crafts, golf and good walks.


Very relaxed atmosphere. Findhorn is known for watersports and the and Findhorn Community.

Moray Firth

Moray has 45 miles of impressive coastline hiding unspoilt sandy beaches, caves and cliffs interspersed with old fishing villages and sleepy harbours. Findhorn, Lossiemouth and Cullen are the main holiday towns on the Moray stretch of the Moray Firth. In the past this area has been described as the Moray Riviera and was a favoured holiday destination of the Victorians who travelled from all over the United Kingdom. There is something in this as the Moray weather is excellent and has one of the lowest rainfalls in Scotland and the UK.

All the towns have a strong fishing tradition - Lossiemouth and Cullen have specific Seatown areas with tiny cottages. Findhorn is also very attractive with an eclectic mix of cottages and houses. If you are looking for a self catering cottage holiday, it's possible to find an old fisherman's self catering cottage for a relaxing week.

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