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A96 dog-friendly beach and dog walk near Findhorn, Scotland


Interesting beach - all along the beach are the concrete pillboxes used during the war. The beach stretches from Findhorn right through to Burghead. The sandy beach is sheltered by sand dunes and scots pine trees with views across the Moray Firth.


GPS coords for car park: 57.6725, -3.5015 What3Words: ///exclaim.sandbags.famous  This site gives info and photos of the pillboxes, used for training exercises for the D-Day landings by the Americans and Canadian.


Dozens of different walks, ideal for all ages and capabilities. You can see deer and red squirrels in the woods. You can walk all day if you want to.

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Green 28 Points
15 July 2011

Brilliant place, the forests are vast, as are the beaches so there is plenty of room for everyone. There are fixed barbecues in the picnic area so you can have a day out and take a barbie. Play area for the children. And so very many places for the dogs to run. Or lie down in the big pools of water as some dogs seem to like to do!

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