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Inverboyndie Beach

Inverboyndie has a very popular beach which attracts many walkers, swimmers, surfers and windsurfers and was a Marine Conservation Society recommended beach. It was designated as an EC identified bathing water in 1999 although it has been monitored since 1988. The beach has a sandy foreshore with sloping rocky access. Water sport activities club also available on site, which attracts many users.

Getting there

Inverboyndie Beach is situated at the Banff Links caravan site and can be accessed at this point where toilets, information and a children's play area and telephone can be found. From Banff - Drive north on the A98 for approximately 3 miles. At this point the caravan park is sign poster to the right. Follow the road to the large car park and the beach can be accessed at this point. Inverboyndie is part of National Cycle Route 1. Public transport Links are also accessible to Inverboyndie beach - Stagecoach service number 35 from Aberdeen-Inverness stops right beside Inverboyndie. Less than a minute walk to the beach.

Contact details

Aberdeenshire Council (Landscape Services)
01467 628 200
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