Moray tourist information and guide

Moray Beaches

Moray has beautiful sandy beaches. Here’s a comprehensive guide from West to East which will help you decide which ones to visit.

Burghead Bay is a lovely curved bay stretching 11 miles from Findhorn beach to Burghead. In effect it's one long sandy beach but the main entry points are Findhorn beach, Roseisle beach and Burghead beach.

Travelling east from Burghead you'll find Cummingston Beach, a little know gem even to the people of Moray. There are two beaches in Hopeman. The main beach in Hopeman has brightly coloured beach huts - a focal point for photographers. The other is Hopeman West Beach, a smaller stretch in front of the caravan site.

Lossiemouth East and West beaches have been popular since Victorian times - however Lossiemouth East Beach is so long it's always possible to find a secluded spot. West Beach known as silver sands leads to Covesea Lighthouse one of the icons of Moray.

Cullen beach is the other major tourist beach in the area sitting on the eastern border of Moray in beautiful Cullen Bay.

What's the best beach in Moray? There are lots of contenders in the Moray beach guide and we'll let you decide.





Findhorn Beach Roseisle Beach Burghead Beach Cummingston Beach Hopeman West Beach Hopeman Beach Lossiemouth West Beach Lossiemouth East Beach Cullen beach