Located on the Moray Firth, close to the town of Buckie, much of this beach has been lost due to coastal erosion. However, it is still a popular destination with good facilities for a rural beach. Dolphins and, sometimes, whales can be seen in the bay.
Strathlene Beach is adjacent to the Moray Coast Trail.
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The tide at Strathlene Beach is currently rising. High tide will be at approximately 2:28 PM, and the next low tide will be at approximately 8:18 PM.
Today's air pollution levels are forecast to be Low
Approximate sea surface temperature: 11°CDetailed weather and tides »
Parking available just behind the beach.
No lifeguard cover at this beach
Water quality not measured here
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All distances are approximate
around 7 miles east as the seagull flies, around 9 miles by road.
Location type: Village
OS Grid: NJ447671
Local Authority: Moray
Nearest postcode: AB56 4DJ
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