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Torrisdale Bay Beach

Torrisdale Bay beach is a fabulous mile-long, with clean golden sands, on the north coast of Sutherland, in Scotland.

An outstanding beach with superb dunes, Torrisdale Bay, is reached by a rewarding walk from Invernaver. This beautiful beach, just to the west of the historic village of Bettyhill, offers plenty for visitors to enjoy. Situated at the mouth of the River Naver between Bettyhill and Torresdale, the beach is popular with surfers who enjoy the challenging tides. The River Naver drains into the bay and originates in Loch Naver, some 18 miles inland. It is one of Scotland’s most productive salmon rivers. Fishing permits can be obtained for salmon fishing on the lower association beat of the river.

Around Torrisdale Bay are a number of ancient cairns, and among the dunes on the far side of the river are some ancient hut circles, enclosures and cists. Torrisdale is also home to Torrisdale Castle, a mansion built in 1815, part of an estate that contains some holiday cottages and lodges.

Not far from the equally nice Balnakeil beach.


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