This Moray beach faces north and arcs round to the striking white Covesea lighthouse. The higher reaches of the beach, backed by dunes, are mostly shingle, but it’s sandy by the water at low tide. There are rock pools to explore, plenty of space for walking and reflection, with the additional attraction of watching the planes from RAF Lossiemouth nearby.
The nature on show at the beach.
A scan of Lossiemouth West beach.