Beach

Chanonry Point

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Gosia
Gosia
April 23, 2021
Best place in Scotland to watch dolphins from the shore. If you're lucky, they are just 50 yards away. To maximise your chances of spotting the dolphins, go there when the tide is rising. From around 1 hour after low tide, the tide turns and dolphins start to chase fish in.
Andy And Frances
Andy And Frances
March 26, 2021
Best chance to see the resident bottle nose dolphins here is one hour after low tide. You can walk along the beach from here to Rosemarkie where there is a beach cafe.
Jane
Jane
January 19, 2021
World famous site to maybe catch a glimpse of the Moray firth Dolphins
Stephen
Stephen
November 15, 2020
Amazing dolphin spotting viewpoint. You can see them 15m from the shore.
Hilary
Hilary
October 10, 2020
Lovely area to explore. There’s a pod of dolphins who frequently make appearances at the point. Walk along the beach to Rosemarkie where there’s a lovely place to eat before heading back. Please note that the carpark is Pay and display (£1), card not cash.

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