The village of Findhorn is perched on a narrow point of land with a local nature reserve to the west and a world-renowned beach to the north. To the south is the Findhorn Foundation and Kinloss Barracks and former RAF Kinloss.
The village is nestled between the natural beauty of the bay and the dunes which stretch for miles along the coast in both directions. It’s quiet and peaceful, yet equally busy with for both locals and visitors.
The wide, open nature of the area, means it is never overcrowded, and as well as being a destination for holidaymakers, it is also a favourite for locals getting away from the relative hustle and bustle of Forres.
Some of the things you can see and do in Findhorn are:
- Findhorn Ice House and Heritage Centre
- Findhorn Marina and boatyard
- North 58 Sea Adventures
- Explore the Findhorn Bay Local Nature Reserve
- Captain’s Table/Captain’s Parlour/Captian’s Haddock
- Findhorn Foundation
- Findhorn Beach
Findhorn is famous for its beach, tidal bay and eco-village. It has a population of around 1000 with a convenience store, cafes, bakery, pubs and a watersports centre.