Often referred to as the ‘jewel of the Moray Firth’, Lossiemouth is a surfers haven not to be missed. The coastal town sits on top of a cliff with spectacular views across the water. Two stunning sandy beaches, the East beach and the West beach, flank the harbour and the town and the surrounding countryside offers many opportunities for sport and relaxation.
The town is a great getaway for families and solo travellers who want to experience local culture and explore the surrounding area. A picturesque coastal route travels through nearby Hopeman and Burghead before taking you in to the town itself with café’s, restaurants, shops and local museums to discover. Outfit Moray can get you ready for an adventure whether you prefer cycling, climbing, canoeing, paddleboarding, surfing, or kayaking. A further 5 miles away is Elgin, the administrative and commercial centre of Moray, which is steeped in history to uncover.
A Local View
Moray Firth Dolphin
Admire a journey stone homage to the hardy bottlenose dolphins of the Moray Firth.
Sunset Over The Moray Firth
"Living at the shore of Buckie provided beautiful sunsets and endless seascapes."
Green Fingers in Rockpools
Just what lurks in amongst the rockpools of Hopeman beach? Learn about the story of the eerie Grin Iron Wife.