The small sailing village of Findhorn is home to one of Scotland's prettiest beach-side marinas. Blessed with a famously bright and warm micro-climate, the village is bustling with little cafes, homely pubs, and plenty of water-sports and seaside action. To the east of the village lies a landscape of dramatic dunes set against a long, flat beachfront; while to the west is the calm of the bay, and the tall trees of the forest which is accessed by a regular water taxi.
The Moray Firth is famous for its dolphins and other wildlife. Findhorn is just a short (and stunning) cycle away from the market town of Forres. Alternatively, make your way along the coast and visit the active fishing port of Burghead or the award-winning sands of Lossiemouth.
Findhorn is located in between Inverness and Aberdeen international airports. It is accessible via train from all major cities, and by car from Edinburgh and Glasgow via the A9.