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Simply beautiful

We were staying nearby and thought we'd take a chance at a stretch of sand we saw on our map... read more

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Ipswich, United Kingdom
2 nights camping

Terrific place if you want away from it all, spoilt for choice with beaches available. Just point... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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| Oldshoremore, Kinlochbervie, Scotland
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All reviewscar parktoilet facilitiesstunning beachoff the beaten trackshort walkwooden stepsfar northby accidenta bit windywell worth the effortworth the detourgreat waveslow tidesingle track roadwell worth a visitsandbeaches
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Reviewed today

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

Thank jaynel0u
Reviewed 3 days ago

Terrific place if you want away from it all, spoilt for choice with beaches available. Just point out one thing though, if you venture across the beach to the far rock outcrop and headland that juts out .....make sure you know the tide times as...More

Thank Dn1873
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is somewhere to come just to escape from life! There is a bench at the top of the path down to beach where you can sit and lose yourself. The views are breathtaking. Beach is clean and if the weather is good a wonderful...More

Thank spaggia
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place attracts a lot of people, from wildcampers to wildflife enthousiasts to those who enjoy a walk in the evening whilst the sun sets.

Thank Huurman1968
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

After a long day exploring the surroundings, we arrived for a picnic dinner on an empty secluded beach and you’d have thought we were on a pacific atoll. Pristine sands and a spectacular coastline topped off with a family swim in the sea as the...More

Thank DMBScotland
Reviewed 26 June 2018

This was a stop off on our North Coast 500 trip. We were originally going to see Sandwood Bay, as recommended in the NC500 guide book. No, no, said the locals, because it is in the guide book, everyone goes there. It is no longer...More

Thank Doug J
Reviewed 20 June 2018

Not well known - but it was recommended by people we met on our trip, and well worth the effort of getting there - its a few miles out of Kinlochbervie, itself a diversion off the main road up the west coast. Well signposted car...More

1  Thank oldfart2014
Reviewed 12 June 2018

A lot more accessible than Sandwood Bay, but still well off the beaten track. This is a beautiful and near deserted beach with fabulous white sand. There is a small car park nearby, which does limit the numbers that can get there.

Thank Clive G
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

Nice beach with parking close by although it was fairly busy when we were there with the now ubiquitous large white box camper vans - a number were clearly intending to stay there which means there is less space for people just wanting to visit...More

1  Thank Batscot
Reviewed 24 May 2018

I'm not sure what I can really say about the beach, but it's beautiful, mesmerising and tranquil. I don't even really want to tell others about it as it's such a great, secluded spot. Water is crystal clear.

Thank Nicola C
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Peter J
20 June 2018|
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Response from Clive G | Reviewed this property |
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.