Buckie Holiday Parks

Bow Fiddle Rock on the Moray Firth coast near Buckie, Scottish Highlands, Scotland

Buckie Holiday Parks

The Scottish fishing town of Buckie offers a serene seaside escape on the Moray Firth Coast. Wander along the picturesque harbour, relax on the sandy shores of Strathlene Beach, visit the iconic sea stack of Bow Fiddle Rock, discover local history at the Buckie and District Fishing Heritage Centre, or play a scenic 18 holes at one of the nearby golf clubs. The lively town centre has a range of independent shops selling quality produce, as well as plenty of cafes and restaurants where you can savour fresh local seafood. From walking and whisky-tasting to dolphin-spotting and birdwatching, there's a huge choice of activities and attractions to entertain visitors of all ages. Book one of our Buckie holiday parks for your scenic stay in the Highlands of Scotland.

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Things to do in Buckie on your holiday in the Scottish Highlands

Soak up stunning coastal scenery...
If sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and spectacular sea views are your thing, then you won't be disappointed with a holiday in Buckie. When it comes to beautiful beaches, you have several to choose from along the picturesque Moray coast. Go swimming in the calm waters of Strathlene Beach, a family-friendly beach with incredible views of the Moray Firth; explore the rock pools of Findochty Beach, where the sheltered shores are perfect for watersports like kayaking and canoeing; or relax on the golden sands of Portgordon Beach, a quiet, small beach where you can watch the fishing boats come and go from the nearby harbour. If you want to explore even more of this incredible coastline, you can hike parts of the Moray Coast Trail, a 50-mile walking route that runs along the Moray Firth coast from Forres in the west to Cullen in the east. Discover our collection of holiday homes in Buckie and choose from charming cottages with spectacular views and luxury lodges within walking distance of the beach.

Discover local maritime heritage...
Buckie's rich maritime heritage is a distinct part of its identity, shaping its history, culture and community. A focal point of the coastal town is the pretty harbour, which is still a hub of fishing activity and commerce. Watch fishing boats come and go, and see the fisherman unload their catches. To learn more about the town's maritime heritage, visit the Buckie and District Fishing Heritage Centre, a museum dedicated to preserving the history of fishing and boat building in Buckie. Of course, the best way to get a taste for the town's seafaring culture, is by sampling some fresh seafood in one of the waterfront cafes or restaurants. Whether you're staying at one of our holiday cottages in the centre of Buckie or in our accommodation nearby, be sure to make time to explore this charming town and its fascinating history.

Explore nature and wildlife...
Wildlife watching around Buckie, particularly along the Moray Firth coast, offers a fantastic opportunity to observe a diverse range of marine life and birdlife. As you explore the coastline and its rocky shores, you might encounter seabirds, seals and even dolphins. To observe bottlenose dolphins in their natural habitat, head to Spey Bay, just a short drive from Buckie, and visit the Scottish Dolphin Centre. If you're a keen twitcher, then head to the birdwatching hotspots of Findhorn Bay, the River Spey and Troup Head RSPB Reserve. The latter is home to one of the largest mainland gannet colonies in the whole of the UK, as well as other seabirds like guillemots, razorbill and puffins. Our Buckie holiday homes can cater to a range of tastes and budgets, from cosy cottages for a quiet retreat to lively holiday parks for an active getaway with family and friends.

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Bow Fiddle Rock on the Moray Firth coast near Buckie, Scottish Highlands, Scotland