All over this website you’ll see examples of the scenery that make up Brora’s lovely village and it’s stunning surrounding attractions – typical Brora beach view above.
Perfect Location for the NC500!
Arctic Terns fly 10,000 miles to get to Brora!
These terns spend winter in the Antartic and arrive in summer at Brora beach!
Known as Sea Swallows.
Surfs up, Harbour Shut!
The village is named after the Brora river which runs down from Loch Brora, a two mile walk inland. When the surf’s up the estuary mouth, which doubles as the harbour entrance, has up to 10ft waves that prevent small fishing boats leaving. This is fine for the surfing community – Brora has great surfing!
Find your own Brora
Whether you are an activity enthusiast or interested in history and sightseeing or just a quiet time in magnificent scenery with impressive wildlife, the local area delivers a truly unique opportunity to get away in quite awesome surroundings.
Pictures courtesy of Geroge Maciver, Iain Sarjeant, Ken Crossan & Tony Tracey and with acknowledgement for the kind support of the Sutherland Partnership.