Sandend Beach

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Sandend Beach is situated on the Moray Coast, 63 miles east of Inverness, 3 miles east of Cullen. Postcode: AB45 2UE

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Camping & Touring Parks in the area.

The image top is of from the very small Village of Sandend looking east across Sandend Beach.



The second image is looking across the Beach to Sandend Caravan Park, with pitches for Tourers and Tents.

This is one of the Top Beaches along the Moray Coast, popular for Swimming and Watersports.

Sandend Village evolved around Fishing, with the small Harbour seen today built in the 1800s, with many of the Cottages built around that time as well. Best to walk down to the Harbour, as the narrow streets can be congested in Summer.

Glenglassaugh Distillery is situated 1 mile east of Sandend, with a Gift Shop open all year, and Tours are available in Summer.

This Distillery was founded by Col. James Moir in 1875. Glenglassaugh Distillery was mothballed in 1986, beginning production again in December 2008.

Sunnyside Beach and the ruins of Findlater Castle are about a 2 mile walk west of Sandend, or you can drive round to a Car Park fairly close to the Castle and Beach. Walk Information.

Around Sandend and the Beach you will see large Concrete Blocks and Pillar Boxes, built in the early 1940s during the Second World War, when this coast was preparing for a German invasion.

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