This is a sandy beach with Jurassic rocks, whose special appeal is the regular appearance of dolphins, minke whales, and grey and common seals off the coastline - so take your binoculars! Great for sand castling while you wait though so bucket and spade at the ready. The 2 mile beach is mostly sand with a shingle channel around the river which flows into the north sea. Swimming is safe except around the river where there are submerged rock piles. The Jurassic rocks are fossil heavy, and you may find smaller ones around after bad weather so keep 'em peeled and wear big pockets!
It's popular with kite fliers and also with cyclists as it features the longest descent in the UK from the summit of Ben Bhraggie down to the beach! Talk to the Highland Wildcats about having a go on that.
There's a heritage centre nearby too which is worth a visit, so you've got an interesting little retreat if the weather turns against you!
Image "Brora Beach" copyright Ingolf via Flickr / Image cropped vertically from original.
No lifeguard cover at any time. Dogs welcome all year.
Yes, there is parking nearby.
No, there are no toilets available.
Public loos nearby in the car park by the Co Op.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Brora Beach has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
Yes, snacks are available.
You can get a great ice cream near the beach at Capaldi's where they offer a selection changing daily from their 50 flavour collection!
No, Brora Beach is not wheelchair friendly.
No, Brora Beach have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Brora Beach has not told us if they are dog friendly.