Surfing in Moray Firth
Moray Firth is a triangular inlet of the North Sea located on the East Coast of Scotland. Although this part of the coast is facing north, the area is shadowed by Scotland’s north coast that blocks most of the swell that comes to this direction. The best chance of waves is when big north or northeast swells bend the coast creating fickle but epic waves. This happens mostly during autumn and winter time so be prepared for the cold. The best surf area is around Fraserburgh that hosts some nice reef breaks.
Best surf spots in Moray Firth
The best surf spots in the area are Banff Beach, Boyndie Bay, Brora Beach, Fraseburgh, Lossiemouth and Sandend.
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