The village of Plockton is one of the tourist magnets in the Highlands, both attractive and a sheltered haven for passing yachts. There’s an up-market feel during the summer season. The beach here is known as Coral Beach and can be found a mile or so outside the village. It’s well worth the walk, to find a peaceful strand, with its surface made of dried, calcified seaweed, known as maerl. The nature here is pristine and the beach has a tranquil atmosphere. Highly recommended.
The wonders on view at low tide for Sharon and Bella.
Above the beach at Plockton, with Lisa.
A summer idyll at Plockton.