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Fraserburgh Esplanade

This sandy beach next to the town of Fraserburgh is a popular location for many water sports, particularly surfing, as well as for walking and family outings. Fraserburgh Bay is approximately 4km long, and is covered by two separate EC bathing water designations. The area closest to the town is known as the Fraserburgh or Fraserburgh Tigerhill bathing water, and the other part of the bay known a Fraserburgh Philorth. There is also a new windsurf centre located at Fraserburgh Esplanade.

Getting there

The Esplanade can be reached via the A90 turning off to the East on Harbour Road. The beach is accessed from the car park at the bay and is adjacent to the caravan park. Fraserburgh Esplanade is located at the North end of the Formatine and Buchan Way Cycle Route. Stagecoach Bluebird run Bus Service 68 from Aberdeen to Fraserburgh Mon - Sat and on a Sunday Service number X67/68.

Contact details

Aberdeenshire Council (Landscape Services)
01467 628200
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Facilities

Family Friendly Recreation Friendly Sandy Toilets Windsurfing Cafe Wildlife Reserve Promenade Surfing Shingle Campsite Good for Wildlife Jetski Public Rescue Equipment