4 miles, Peaceful little village ideal for a great relaxing day trip with miles of beaches and sand dunes to explore, the bay is also popular for various water sports.
There are cafes, pubs and ice-cream available here too so well worth a day trip.
Findhorn also has a Marina where you can enjoy a variety of water sports.
At the Marina North 58* also offers dolphin, whale and nature spotting sea excursions, well worth a visit!
Findhorn is also home to the Findhorn Foundation Eco Village and Community which offer tours and access to events, shopping, organic food and cafes.
4 miles, Roseile Beach stretches for nearly eight miles from Findhorn in the west to Burghead in the east. Roseile has both beach and forest to enjoy with Forestry Commission trails through the forest and a long stone and sand beach to explore and relax. The forest area also has a play park and BBQ area and picnic benches to enjoy food and fun while you relax for a day at the beach.
10miles, Lossiemouth has 2 fantastic beaches, the East Beach and the West Beach, sandy beaches with dunes and rock pools, a great place to spend hours of beach fun.
A fun beach for surfing and taking part in surf lessons that are available here with New Wave Surf School.
Ice- cream, pizzeria, bars, restaurants, sweetie shops and fish and chips are available too.
Forres has its own great golf course, designed by James Braid and Willie Park the course has been host to the Northern Open 2000 and the Scottish professional championship.
1 mile, a 9 hole parkland course with spectacular views across the Moray Firth.
7 miles, one of the most demanding links courses in the North of Scotland.
We are on the Scottish Malt Whisky Trail!
Moray Speyside is home to the only Malt Whisky Trail in the World. See more information on Scotland's Malt Whisky Trail:
Moray offers a wide and interesting range of attractions and historical interests.
The local area hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year including the Findhorn Bay Festival (art and music festival), The Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival, The Forres Walking Festival and The European Pipe Band Championships (Piping @ Forres).
There are plenty of options for both dining out and takeaway in the Forres area, choose from Thai, Italian, Chinese, Indian or modern & Traditional Scottish Cuisine.
The Abbey Inn
The Crown and Anchor
The Blue Angel Café
The Red Lion (locally known as The Beastie)
The Mosset Tavern
The Ramnee Hotel
There are several bike trails and mountain biking trails locally in Forres (Sanquar Woods), Culbin, Fochabers (Winding Walks) and lots of cycle routes.