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All reviews car park stunning beach toilet facilities short walk off the beaten track wooden steps rock outcrop far north great place for children a bit windy well worth the effort worth the detour great waves low tide single track road well worth a visit sand
Lucky enough to rent a cottage in Oldshoremore and enjoyed the peace and quiet. You can either just enjoy the beaches or if you are prepared to travel enjoy all the small towns and villages . Be prepared for all weather situations as we had...More
I went down to the beach on a blustery day. It was a lovely spot, with no-one else in sight. There are sandy steps down to it, which were fine on the way down but a little steep on the way back up. Handy that...More
We visited Oldshoremore on the last day of our holiday in Scotland. It is less visited than the nearby Sandwood Bay but just as beautiful!
The car park is close to the beach and has toilets and is free to use. This beach might be...More
Take a detour off the A838 and drive the B801 to Kinlochbervie, then drive a little further on the white road, and you will get to the stunning sandy beach at Oldshoremore. Perfect white sand; turquoise blue water; and hardly any other people.
There is free car parking and toilets which were open the day I visited. It is just a short walk up beside the local graveyard and then the beach comes into view. The day I was here it was misty and damp but that did...More
We were staying nearby and thought we'd take a chance at a stretch of sand we saw on our map. Oldshoremore is absolutely beautiful, especially in the sun shine! The car park is a short walk from the beach, which is free and also has...More
Hello - I think the difficulty is knowing what to do with the car. You could try the Sandwood Bay car park at Balchrick, and then wildcamp like I did, or go further on to Shegra campsite at the end of the road.