Forvie National Nature Reserve **
Region: Aberdeen(shire) & Moray
Forvie has some of the largest sand dunes in Britain and is one of Scotland’s most dramatic stretches of coast. The wind and the tide are in charge here, and it’s a great place to blow the cobwebs away with the chance of seeing some spectacular wildlife.
A short, easy access trail with wheelchair-accessible picnic tables leads onto the reserve from the Forvie Centre, which has a classroom for educational use. There is also a bird hide at Waulkmill, cycle racks at the main car parks and a story trail to follow at the site of the lost Forvie village. Waymarked paths varying in length from two to four miles can also be found at the reserve.
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