With thousands of miles of stunning coastline and hundreds of picturesque islands dotted just off its shore, Scotland boasts some of the world’s most breath-taking beaches. From bright white sandy beaches with turquoise waters reminiscent of the Caribbean, to hidden peaceful coves teeming with wildlife, Scotland’s stunning beaches continue to amaze visitors and locals alike.
Scotland might not be a traditional beach destination but theses beautiful locations are worth visiting once on Scotland’s bonnie shores.
With its aquamarine waters, silky white sand and breath-taking mountain backdrop, Luskintyre is a must-see for any beach lover.
Considered to be one of the most unspoilt beaches in Scotland, this mile long stretch of pinkish sand and impressive sand dunes make for a magical day out.
Just a short drive from Scotland’s capital, this beach with its splendid view to Bass Rock and the ruins of Tantallon Castle is the ideal location for a seaside picnic.
North Coast Iona:
A visit to the stunning island of Iona, just off the coast from the Isle of Mull, will amaze any visitor with its white sandy beaches, incredible wildlife and fascinating history.
This white sandy bay is found on the small southernmost island of the Outer Hebrides, with views comparable to tropical beaches.