Linklet Bay

Beach facilities

View map of beach Parking available Linklet Bay Dog friendly

Season: summer

Linklet Bay faces east on the Orkney island of North Ronaldsay, which is connected by plane or boat to the mainland.  This is an area of outstanding natural beauty.  The beach stretches in a long arc, a super location for an extended walk.  A little known feature of the island is that some sheep here eat only seaweed, producing the rich North Ronaldsay mutton, a real delicacy.  While you’re on North Ronaldsay, do explore the whole island.  You’re about as far north as you can get in Orkney.

Summer visit photo gallery

 

All life is connected, with Nina at the beach.  You can enjoy her Natural Selections series here.

 

Lichen behind the beach; Nina takes a look.

 

Nina explains what you can see in a rock pool.

 

The scene at Linklet Bay.

6 thoughts on “Linklet Bay

  1. Beth Trowbridge

    Can’t believe we had the honor and privilege of having Nina spend the summer with us as a Naturalist in Kachemak Bay – it’s so wonderful to hear her interpret the wonders of the beach and life! Thanks for capturing this for all of us to hear!

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  2. Clare

    Nina is such a special talent – so interested and interesting. Thank you, manonabeach, for introducing us to her.

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  3. Sonja

    Nina, you always have me hanging on your every word! Thank you for always facinating me with your incredible wealth of knowledge and joyus personality!

    Glad manonabeach found you! What a pleasure for all of us!

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