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Beaches and Walking Trails

NAIRN BEACH: Situated 6 .2 Miles from The Old Mill Inn

This beautiful expansive and golden sandy beach has beautiful views across the Moray Firth to the Black Isle and its coastline is home to a resident school of dolphins. There is also a great range of coastal walks in either direction with a nature reserve at Kingsteps in the east and a viewpoint to the west. It has been a popular seaside town since Victorian times and recently came 10th in a poll of Britain’s best beaches. Nairn’s central beach is celebrating after winning a Scottish Beach Award for the 23rd year in a row.

CULBIN FOREST WALK: Situated 3.7 Miles from The Old Mill Inn

Extraordinary and ever-changing sandy forest landscape on foot or by bike. Wind through the pine-covered sand dunes to the viewing tower on Hill 99 for a ‘squirrel’s eye’ view over the forest and across the Moray Firth.

FINDHORN BAY: Situated 8 Miles from The Old Mill Inn

From watching wildlife in Findhorn Bay to relaxing on the glorious beach, to visiting the world-famous Findhorn Community, to eating and drinking at one of Findhorn’s many popular cafes and pubs. You can also get active walking, cycling, or enjoying water-sports.

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