2 edition of beaches of Caithness found in the catalog.
beaches of Caithness
|Statement||[by] W. Ritchie and A. Mather commissioned by the Countryside Commission for Scotland.|
|Contributions||Mather, A. S. 1943-, University of Aberdeen. Department of Geography., Countryside Commission for Scotland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 68p., 22 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||68|
Thurso Bay is a mostly sandy beach, with some rockier sections, stretching for about meters alongside the small Highland town of Thurso. To the east of the beach, the River Thurso flows into the bay. Thurso is one of the most northerly points in mainland Britain, just a /5(7). -This is a private tour of 3 days that will be customised around you. History, scenery, whisky, whatever you are looking for in Scotland. -An ex geophysicist turned writer/actor from Dundee, I've lived in Edinburgh for 17 years and have travelled all over Scotland so am a wealth of knowledge on exciting and unusual places to visit. -I work in film and TV, most notably on all 5/5().
Attractions in Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands: See Tripadvisor's 16, traveller reviews and photos of things to do when in Caithness and Sutherland. The borders of Caithness are the Pentland Firth to the north, and Moray Firth to the east. Caithness meets Sutherland, together covering the far north coast of Scotland. The coast is low-lying on the east, and majestic on the north, with high cliffs and offshore stacks at places like Duncansby Head.
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Explore Caithness holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Once you pass Helmsdale, you are entering Caithness, a place of jagged gorse-and-grass-topped cliffs hiding tiny fishing harbours. Scotland's top corner was once Viking territory, historically more connected to Orkney and Shetland than the rest of the mainland.
Beaches: SEPA Beach Standards. Check Out 13 July Pictures. Here are just a few suggestions - Caithness has a range of beaches that are great for walking on. the hardier elements might try swimming in the cold fresh waters off our coast.
Caithness is a small county but has a long coastline. Wick, United Kingdom. K beaches of Caithness book. is full of information & news about Caithness and everything that happens in the area.
Arts, Sports /5(2). This is page was created for those who love the county of Caithness. The huge skies, open countryside, the vast beaches and its distinctive heritage all culminate in making Caithness one of the most unique counties in ers: K. The logistics of planning a trip to Scotland’s far north and Orkney Islands can be intimidating.
Leave the travel planning and booking to the experts with this inclusive five-day tour that includes four nights’ accommodation and transportation (including ferry crossings).5/5(). Sutherland and Caithness are the most northerly parts of mainland Britain.
Northwest Sutherland is a stunning landscape of perfect sandy beaches and sweeping moorland studded with glittering lochans, overlooked by some of Scotland's most remarkable mountains, 5/5(1). Caithness (Scottish Gaelic: Gallaibh [ˈkal̪ˠɪv], Scots: Caitnes; Old Norse: Katanes) is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area of Scotland.
Caithness has a land boundary with the historic county of Sutherland to the west and is otherwise bounded by sea. The land boundary follows a beaches of Caithness book and is crossed by two roads (the A9 and the A) and by one railway (the Far Country: Scotland.
The second is that it’s one of the best beaches in Caithness for finding shells, including Groatie Buckies or Cowrie Shells. We’d highly recommend a visit; you can walk there or drive to the Stacks of Duncansby, turning left down the road with the sign marked ‘Lighthouse, Cliffs, Stacks, Coastal Walk.’.
Things To Do. Caithness is the most Northerly County in the UK and offers great opportunities to explore wild landscapes, sheltered woodlands, fertile farmlands, soaring sea cliffs and deserted beaches.
Walking/Cycling. Caithness has endless single track roads with low volumes of traffic making it. Discover 's top Caithness and Sutherland attractions. Plan visits to Durness Beach, Achmelvich Beach + Duncansby Head. Book tours of Durness, Dornoch + Thurso.
Achmelvich is an absolutely pristine beach of fine white sand and turquoise sea flanked by rocky outcrops - a perfect little paradise.
This is a beautiful beach and if lucky enough to enjoy some Scottish sunshine a great place to spend some time. Nearby there is a friendly Youth Hostel, on the cliffs and in the sea there is loads of wild-life 5/5().
The East Neuk of Fife around Elie had some beaches with a lot of sea glass. The absolute best place, however, was Shetland. The islands are full of alternating white sand and pebble beaches, and the pebble beaches are loaded with sea glass.
The number one spot is the pebble beach at Hillswick, far up in the northwest part of the mainland. It takes us around 12 minutes to drive to Dunnet Beach, one of the several sandy beaches in Caithness.
Dunnet is a beautiful sandy beach on the North Coast Route and is a few miles from John O' Groats. Dunnet has a good car park and public facilities (open during the main tourism season). Guide to all the beaches in and around Thurso.
Information on facilities, dog-friendly beaches in the Thurso area of Highland. The Inver Arms, just a minute’s walk down the A9, used to be one of the least attractive buildings in Scotland, with décor to match. Happily, it was taken over in late and is being given a complete overhaul including a new name, the Bay Owl, and now booking is %(2).
The North Coast and its heartland are rugged, remote and captivating. There’s nowhere else like it on earth. Experience the vast, open wilderness of lochs, mountains, deserted beaches and majestic wildlife with us as your expert guides.
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Guides Angela and Isobel will take you off the beaten track to explore the hidden gems of Caithness. For furher information and to book, Tel: Angela. #4 Best Value of 19 Caithness and Sutherland Beach Hotels “ We had a great time at John O'Groats and the lodge was perfect for a young family with a dog who wanted access to local sights and beaches by day and a comfortable place to relax and eat together by night.
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Caithness in the far north east corner of mainland Britain is full of ancient brochs, cairns and castles and gorgeous beaches. But hardly any people or traffic. Caithness is the county that covers the far north east of Scotland.