This is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places I have ever visited. Ever.
While staying in Inverness, we decided to visit the Moray Coast for a day. You can walk along pebbled beaches, through little villages and stunning woodland for hours. There are lots of water sports, such as kayaking and canoeing, for you to enjoy – these don’t appear to be dog-friendly, but as Edinburgh taught us just ask!
We started at Findhorn Bay and walked east. There are a number of places to stop and eat along the Moray Coast Trail. I’ll be honest, we went early and didn’t stop for food so I can’t make any recommendations myself. See Dugs n’ Pubs for a comprehensive list of dog-friendly eateries in Scotland.
Other useful sources
So many people love this coastline. The below links have great advice on routes, including areas of caution. I suggest that you do your research before visiting:
- love, from Scotland: https://www.lovefromscotland.co.uk/moray-firth-things-to-do/
- Scotland’s Great Trails: https://www.scotlandsgreattrails.com/trail/moray-coast-trail/
- The Moray Way: https://www.morayways.org.uk/routes/the-moray-coast-trail/
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5 thoughts on “Dog-friendly Moray Coast Trail”
I love the colorful pebbles along the shore. Did you swim? It looks like a peaceful day trip 🙂
Haha absolutely not. It was a freezing cold day in February! I was wrapped up. Probably why it was so quiet. We’re going to go back there at some point as there’s a dolphin watching place along the coast that we’d love to visit! https://www.moraydolphins.co.uk/
I know I’m going to sound like a tourist but that would be a stop on my way to the loch. You know which loch I mean 😉