Idyllic Brora Beach lures visitors with its clean, sandy shores, rocky tide pools, and soothing scenery. From curious resident seals to numerous fossil rocks, the beach offers much to explore. When the weather's warm, put on your bravest face and jump off one of the bridges into the cool waters below. This quiet, rural stretch makes a great setting for long walks with four-legged friends. You'll often spot more grazing cows and sheep than people. The beach offers a spectacular view of the dramatic coastal landscape. Plan to visit Brora Beach and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Brora attractions using our Brora online itinerary planner.
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Absolutely stunning unspoilt beach with very few visitors on the day I went. Nice soft sandy bay, gentle on bare feet if you fancy a wee paddle. Didn't have time to visit Brora town but it looks lovely too. Great for families with young kids or anyone looking for a quiet space to contemplate life.
Don't tell anyone BUT this place is fabulous. The views are stunning the beach amazing, Brora really interesting place. Dont't rush in case you spoil it....;-) if doing NC500 take your time to see some amazing places and not just clock up the miles and the great views from the roads.
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