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We came south leaving the A9 at the sign for "Skelbo" and whilst the road isnt, in places, particularly wide, the sign posts are "passing places" and parking areas. When the tide is out at Loch Fleet there are sand banks, close to the shore...More
Walk through the forests, sit and watch the tide race in and hear the birdsong and the seals calling to each other. It is a place of true beauty and animal lovers and children too will never forget a visit to this glorious place.
We visited the beach near Embo to see the seals. We didn't walk much as we were with my father who is elderly and has limited mobility. There were more seals than the last time we visited, so it seems that the colony is thriving!...More
We were under time constraints as we drove from Inverness to Wick but we definitely wanted to take the detour off the main road to visit Loch Fleet National Nature Reserve—and we are so glad we did. It has a little bit of everything, from...More
Not easy to find, but once found this nature reserve is beautiful and very quiet. It has forest, beach and loch. There were seals, lots of birds and even an otter. I think the beach is one of the loviest in the uk. Free parking
From Golspie we drove down to the loch side at Littleferry, then drove round to the other side and picked up an attractive minor road that follows the loch side down to Skelbo castle. We stopped at a parking area just short of the castle...More
Went to the South side of the loch while traveling from Embo to Golspie. Saw dozens of seals mostly beached on sand banks but also saw a dozen or so young ones froliking anbout chasing fish as the tide started to come in. Also saw...More
We went having been told there would be lots of seals, sadly only 3, but fun watching them bobbing about.
Good parking and there were luckily bins in the car park for all the plastic we picked up from the beach. I couldn't bring myself...More
Nice walk, in Balblair woods and it is flat so easy walking.also sheltered by the trees, also a hide where you can watch the wildlife, if you go futher down littleferry road to the end, you come to the sea, walk to your right some...More