Fraserburgh beach has a fine arc to it and a rural feel, despite its proximity to the town. The town has all the facilities you might need and has a proud heritage, both for its fishing and for its national lighthouse museum. Fraserburgh is the most easterly point in these islands and has a frontier nature, as the last landfall before the sea. I had the pleasure of a visit to The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, the source for this seasonal interview.
Gary showcases the rich heritage on offer at Fraserburgh.
Kite surfers on the beach at Fraserburgh.